Cricket: Sammy aims for improved batting

The tourists conceded a 106-run lead in the Test in Chittagong.


Afp October 27, 2011

DHAKA: West Indies captain Darren Sammy wants his batsmen to fire in a bid to win the second and final Test against Bangladesh. The tourists conceded a 106-run lead in the Test in Chittagong when they posted 244 in their first-innings in reply to the hosts’ 350 for nine declared. “As a batting group we didn’t put up the score we hoped for and it’s a matter of being more patient when we’re at the crease,” said Sammy. “A few batsmen got starts, so the aim will be to convert those starts into big scores.”

Published in The Express Tribune, October 28th, 2011. 

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