Best injury set us back – Gibson

West Indies’ bowling attack lacked fire after lunch in Khulna, when the fast bowler Tino Best left the field due to a hamstring injury. It was testified by the late surge by Bangladesh’s ninth-wicket stand. West Indies coach Ottis Gibson believes Best’s injury, which prevented him from bowling more than ten overs in the day, would stretch the rest of the attack.

“The team was missing Tino Best after lunch, it was a big blow for us,” Gibson said. “The impact that Tino had on the last Test match, and then to come and miss him after lunch, was a bit of a blow for the guys. Everybody else had…

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