Kingston: The very mention of Chris Gayle irritated a normally soft-spoken West Indies skipper Darren Sammy who couldn't hide being sarcastic when asked whether he is missing the prolific opener considering the state of his batting line-up.
"That our batsmen haven't been able to seize moments has been happening for 10 years. May be the best thing for us is to bring back Gary Sobers, Viv Richards, Clyde Walcott, all of them!" The sarcasm in Sammy's voice didn't escape the notice of those who attended the post-match press conference.
Ask him about the recipe for success, he answered, "We know we are capable of getting 20 wickets. It's just one area where we need to get clicking. Once we can put good first innings total, and I don't drop Dravid or anybody again, we should not be under pressure to win a match."