Playing the World Cup competition sits as a dream for any cricketer and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament is going to fulfill a plethora of wishes as many cricketers are gearing up to steal the limelight of the event. Carrying a sturdy squad, West Indies dented England in the home series and now the unit is confident to do more of the same in the World Cup.
One of the West Indian cricketers who is stepping into the forthcoming cricket gala with a lot to prove is all-rounder Carlos Brathwaite. The 30-year old cricketer was jubilated to don the maroon jersey of West Indies for a major 50-over tournament as he feels privileged to represent his country on such a stage.
Reviewing the 50-over competition, the Barbados born added that he cannot express his feelings in words as everyone participating in this tournament feels honored to do it for his territory. Moreover, the belligerent striker is confident of recording a strong show in the biggest cricket gala.
“Being here with the team, preparing for the World Cup means a lot to me. As I always say, putting on the West Indies shirt is always a great feeling and a privilege … to do it on the world stage, with the ten best teams fighting it out for the trophy, is something special,” Carlos said as he shared his emotions about representing West Indies in a World Cup tournament.