World Cup Qualifiers 2023 Shai Hope Says About Lost Match Against Scotland We Did Not Give 100 Percent Effort

Shai Hope West Indies vs Scotland: Scotland defeated West Indies by 7 wickets in the Super Sixes match of World Cup Qualifiers 2023. With this defeat, the West Indies team was out of the race for the World Cup. That bar will not be a part of the ODI World Cup. Captain Shai Hope has reacted to West Indies’ defeat. Hope questioned the attitude of the players and their preparation. Two-time winners West Indies will not be a part of the 50-over World Cup for the first time in 48 years, which started in 1975.

Hope said after West Indies’ exit, “To be honest, I can’t point my finger at just one thing.” We definitely let ourselves down in the tournament. It’s really a matter of attitude. We didn’t give our 100 per cent every time, we did it only in bits and pieces. Catches are missed during fielding, misfielding happens, but it is a part of the game.

Hope said, “It starts from the foundation, preparations should have been better on our own soil. We cannot expect a good team by coming here without preparation. You cannot expect that this team will suddenly become good after waking up in the morning. ,

Hope has done well with the bat in the tournament, scoring 132 against Nepal. He said, “We definitely need to see about starting our innings. We knew it would be challenging. The toss is always important but we needed to find a way to deal with it early on.

Please tell that West Indies scored 181 runs while batting first. In response, Scotland achieved the target in 43.3 overs with the loss of 3 wickets.

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