New Delhi: West Indian pacer Kemar Roach, who registered the first hat-trick of the tournament on Monday, said the emphatic win over the Netherlands has given the side the much-needed confidence after the beating it took at the hands of South Africa in their World Cup opener.
Roach, who starred with a six-wicket haul including a hat-trick, the sixth in the history of World Cup, made a statement of intent when he said that West Indies is better than Bangladesh, the two-time champions' next opponent.
"We will take a lot of confidence from here to the next game. We will go forward from here. And we are better than Bangladesh," Roach said.