All’s well that ends well
The worry was that it was too good to be true.
Victories over New Zealand by 46 and 61 runs in the two Twenty20 Internationals and by nine wickets and 55 runs in the first two ODIs encouraged optimism that there would be an uncommon West Indies clean sweep of the short-format matches.
Yet, even against a depleted, average opposition, doubts lingered. Prompted by years of inconsistency, the question was not so much if as when customary carelessness would suddenly transform …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.