Ahmedabad: After losing the first two one-dayers, the confidence of the West Indies team is not expected to be high but head coach Ottis Gibson takes solace from the fact that his team has put up a brave fight against the world champions India.
The West Indies are now in a do-or-die situation as they go into the third match on Monday.
"It's difficult to say I am satisfied when you are losing. But we have shown a lot of spirit and created opportunities to win. In the first game, making only 211 was disappointing. But the way the guys went out to defend 211 and got to the point where they could have won and the way they ended up losing was obviously difficult (to digest)," Gibson said ahead of the third ODI in Motera.