Gibson defends West Indies’ declaration

Following Bangladesh’s fight back on the third day in Mirpur, West Indies coach Ottis Gibson has defended his team’s decision to declare their first innings when they did. West Indies were cruising at 527 for 4 at tea on the second day, when Darren Sammy called the innings closed, after which Bangladesh pushed on to 455 for 6 by stumps on day three.
“You can make 600 but you will still need to have enough time to come back and win the match,” Gibson said. “The pitch is flat and the ball didn’t do much for pace or spin. So if you want to get 20 wickets, you need more time to bowl them…

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