Bangalore: India A skipper Yuvraj Singh summed up accurately when he pointed out that centurion Jonathan Carter's dropped catch when he was on six, besides poor batting, contributed to the 55-run defeat against West Indies A in the second of the three one-day games here on Tuesday.
"We did not bowl well and Carter's dropped catch was also a factor. We should have restricted them to about 260. No one in our batting line-up got going. We did not field well and if you want to win, you need to bowl well too," said Yuvraj at the post-match interaction with the media.