West Indies skipper Jason Holder had high praises for his charges despite coming out on the losing end of another ICC World Cup game maybe they should have won.
The West Indies, after restricting New Zealand to 291, fell five runs short of their target with debut centurian Carlos Brathwaite the last man out, caught on the boundary by Trent Boult.
According to Holder, the game never had to come down to the last pair but that there were a number of moments the team did not handle well.
“If you look through the entire game you can probably pinpoint a few areas where we fell down,” said the skipper.
Despite that, Holder said he was proud of the way the team played in trying to get back into the game.
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