Hamilton: West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo says competition in the squad augurs well for better performances following a lopsided 203-run victory over New Zealand in the fifth and final One Day International (ODI) on Wednesday.
Kieran Powell, who opened in place of the injured Chris Gayle, slammed 73 off 44 balls while Kirk Edwards, who also came into the XI after a spate of injuries , hit his maiden ODI ton. (Also read: A catch worth 83,000 dollars)
Bravo, who also scored his second ODI century, attributed total team effort to the West Indies handing New Zealand their second-biggest ODI defeat. "I can't single out anyone, it was a great team effort," said Bravo.