West Indies smashed an exuberant 421 runs, including 18 sixes and a century for Shai Hope, in a final warm-up game against New Zealand in Bristol that sent a few ripples through the game.
The 27-year-old West Indies skipper, Jason Holder believes that winning the World Cup and reinstating their former glory after four decades will unite the Caribbean people by making them happier.
Hopes are pinned on a born-again West Indies to relive their glory days but skipper Jason Holder says the upcoming World Cup is "a case of creating our own legacy".
West Indies last clinched the World Cup back in 1979 and current skipper Jason Holder is confident that he and the team can repeat history.
South Africa cricket recently suffered a hit with the speedster, Duanne Olivier, signing a Kolpak deal, effectively ending his international career.
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