ICC World Twenty20: How Aussie 'hate' war fired West Indies, reveals upbeat Darren Sammy

James Faulkner had said he does not like the West Indians and Sammy said that he didn't pay heed to what the Aussie all-rounder has to say in the ICC World Twenty20 tourney.

updated: March 29, 2014 13:49 IST
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Mirpur: West Indies captain Darren Sammy got a rousing applause from members of the media as he entered the conference arena with his pads still on, before coming up with an aggressive retort. "It feels better to hit a guy, who was talking a lot!" (West Indies beat Australia)

This was in response to Australian James Faulkner's comment that he didn't like the West Indians. (Scorecard)

"Cricket is a game of action. It all happens in the field. It feels good to come good when it mattered. I believe this win would hurt them (Australians) and James Faulkner certainly wouldn't like the West Indians," Sammy said after his 13-ball-34 almost shut the door on the Australians in the ICC World T20. (Highlights)

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