Antigua: A second-string India's dominance in the ODI series against the West Indies has raised questions about the quality of the host team, leaving visiting skipper Suresh Raina livid as he feels this amounts to belittling his young side's good show.
"Earlier you termed us a young (second-string) side. Now you are terming the opposition too weak," said Raina when asked whether India have been helped by the West Indies' shambolic performance. (Also Read: India look to seal the series)
"The fact is that we all have played too well. Someone or other has put his hand up and we have prevailed," he added. Equally agitated by these suggestions was new coach Duncan Fletcher, who was rather agitated when asked about the occasional slip-ups on the field.