West Indies hasn’t had the greatest of the World Cup so far as they have managed to register only one win out of their five matches so far. The Carribean side now facing a real danger of getting eliminated from the World Cup.
The 1975 and 1979 World Cup-winning captain for the Windies, Clive Llyod has called the team's plans at this World Cup "predictable" and "one-dimensional". West Indies posted 321-8 at Taunton but Bangladesh chased down the target with 8.3 overs to spare to clinch the high-scoring contest.
“It would appear that they only have one way to play with no variation to their game plan. They are trying to blast people out and I don’t think they understand the English conditions,” Clive Llyod said. He reckons that the Caribbean should learn the art of adaptability from New Zealand captain Kane Williamson as they fight to avoid World Cup elimination.