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Richie Richardson: Gayle’s approach was not right

May 21st, 2009 by TWC in International, Test cricket, West Indies in England, west indies

The confidence of the West Indies batsmen in the Durham Test was low but they didn’t apply themselves as they could have. Take Chris Gayle’s 54 from 43 balls on Sunday evening: I don’t like it when a batsman plays like that in that situation in a Test. If I was the opposition I would have been happy – it was just a matter of time before he got out.

Read the rest of Richie Richardson’s blog here .

Richie Richardson is writing weekly for for the duration of the West Indies tour of England in association with the Antigua Tourist Board

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One Response to “Richie Richardson: Gayle’s approach was not right”

  1.   Javed Munir Dar says:

    I do agree with Richarson, alos i feel that West Indian team lacks commitment, they also not well prepared according to the English conditions, the batsmens seems to be anaware how to play in English conditions with swinging ball.

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