TAUNTON: “Stop looking for excuses and start finding solutions,” said West Indies assistant coach Roddy Estwick, urging his side to stick together and come back stronger after suffering a crushing seven-wicket defeat to Bangladesh in the World Cup. We were always behind Bangladesh once they got through to 70/1,” said Estwick after WI lost its third match on the trot in five games. “The big players didn’t kick on but saying that we made 321 runs and should have been able to defend that. We’ve still got four games left in the tournament and we can’t point fingers or apportion blame to anyone. We just have to go away and put our heads together and find a solution.
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