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England in West Indies: Andrew Flintoff & Geoffrey Boycott ‘disrespectful’

BBC.com – Criticism of West Indies by former England players has been “borderline disrespectful”, says West Indies Cricket chief executive Johnny Grave.

Summary

  • Criticism of West Indies by former England players has been “borderline disrespectful”, says West Indies Cricket chief executive Johnny Grave.
  • West Indies bowled England out for 77 before setting the tourists 628 to win the first Test in Barbados.
  • Ex-all-rounder Andrew Flintoff said the “world’s gone mad” after West Indies captain Jason Holder made 202 not out.
  • England failed to take a wicket on day three as Holder and Shane Dowrich, who scored an unbeaten 116, helped West Indies declare on 415-6.
  • Instead they drew two two-day games against a West Indies Cricket President’s XI in which players were allowed to bat twice in an innings.


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