Against the expectations, West Indian team has shown a great promise in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament. After thrashing Pakistan in their opening match, the Caribbean boys came close to beating Australia and were in control of the South Africa game before rain spoiled the party.
The sequence of impressive displays has lifted the mood of many fans back home including the former cricketers and Joel Garner is no exception as he opined that West indies can actually end their 40-year trophy drought by winning the ongoing cricket gala in England and Wales.
Discussing the progress of the unpredictable team, the 66-year old added that consistency would remain key to a successful campaign as this is one aspect where this bunch lacks. Garner has no doubts over the ability of this team but he said that they will have to perform like a unit and not rely on individual brilliance. With a strong start, it remains to be seen how far West indies would go in this edition of the 50-over competition.