Darren Sammy blames bowlers for poor performances against New Zealand

The West Indian Test skipper Darren Sammy felt that his seamers failed to exploit favourable conditions against New Zealand in the first two Tests of the three-match series. West Indies suffered a huge defeat by an innings and 73 runs in the second Test at Wellington.

updated: December 14, 2013 15:42 IST
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Wellington: West Indies captain Darren Sammy has lamented the failure of his seamers to exploit favourable bowling conditions against New Zealand in the first and second test matches of their current three match series.

Sammy has expressed disappointment in his bowlers after his side suffered a crushing innings and 73 runs defeat against New Zealand on the third day of the second test at Basin Reserve Friday, reports CMC.

The West Indies skipper has complained that his bowlers had the best conditions in both games and still allowed New Zealand to score 609 runs in their first innings in Dunedin and 441 runs in Wellington.

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