Bridgetown, Guyana: West Indies batsman Marlon Samuels, who scored a gutsy 78 in the first innings of the second cricket Test, said he wanted to score a century against India on the third day here on Thursday.
Samuels, who is making a comeback in international cricket after serving a two-year ban for match-fixing, was aware of his good record against India. The 30-year-old Jamaican averages 59.20 against India and admitted that he wanted to score a big knock against the world No.1 Test team.
"I have done well against them but they are presently the world's number one team. I want to score bigger runs against them. I have raised the bar; set bigger standards for myself. I want to be consistent," said Samuels.