West Indies brought their ICC World Twenty20 title defence back on track with a 73-run win over Bangladesh on Tuesday and skipper Darren Sammy said the huge victory will give a boost to their net runrate in Group 2 of Super-10 stage. (Report)
West Indies had lost their opening match against India by seven wickets in a tough group, which also includes Australia and Pakistan. (Highlights)
"When you play cricket, the team that plays better wins. Much better game for us. Chris and Smithy played well, then our bowlers bowled fantastically well," Sammy said after the match.
"We started off really well, Smith had to really graft. So he gave us the platform. The bowlers then bowled well. It is important that we won and it also boosted our NRR."