Score predictions today : I’ll keep learning from my mistakes.

West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran said he would continue to learn from his failures rather than resigning as captain after his team’s early departure from the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia.
After defeats to Scotland and Ireland, the 2012 and 2016 tournament winners West Indies unexpectedly left the competition in the first round. Although it defeated Zimbabwe in a game, it was not enough to enable them advance to the Super 12 stage of the competition.

“I’ve been reflecting over the last several months…

My ambition is to play cricket, and I’ve already passed certain tests in life, so this is just another one. I am a guy who welcomes challenges, so this was simply another one for me, Pooran told ESPNCricinfo.

It won’t stop me, I promise. I’m going to keep picking up lessons from my mistakes, and I’m glad to be able to play cricket once again when I get up in the morning, he said.

The white-ball captain has promised that he would use this disappointment as fuel to recover even more powerfully.

Obviously, we are unable to predict the future, but we shall go day by day. We all learned from it, so let me say one more that this is our path and our narrative. Time will tell what will happen, but for the time being, we simply need to concentrate on improving ourselves as people, he added.

“Rest is the best [way to recover], and every player needs it, but on the inside, it still hurts.” I certainly want to come back strong, but I want to use that pain as fuel,” he said.

Sharp criticism followed the Windies’ abrupt elimination from the competition. Ricky Skerritt of Cricket West Indies (CWI) blamed the hitters and said that a “thorough post-mortem” will be conducted.

Ricky Ponting, a former captain of Australia, called the loss a “disgrace” and expressed his displeasure with the two-time winners. The two-match Test series in Australia starting next month will be head coach Phil Simmons’ last responsibility, according to his letter of resignation.

West Indies’ T20I overall record for the year 2022 has been dreadful, as their win-loss ratio of 0.53 is the second-worst among teams who have played at least 15 matches during this time frame, behind only Bangladesh.

West Indies has lost six of their eight games in the T20 WC after taking home the championship in 2016.

The local ODI competition in his nation, the Trinidad and Tobago Super50, will be another area of attention for Pooran. Pooran has a significant respite from his Windies obligations as their T20I visit of Pakistan has been delayed from January 2023 to 2024. White-ball cricket won’t be played by West Indies until a complete tour of South Africa in February or March of the following year.


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