Powell credits team for unbeaten series

BRIDGETOWN  – Rovman Powell says he has gained the trust of his players and believes that has contributed to his unbeaten series run since his appointment as Twenty20 captain last February.

The 30-year-old took over the helm of the squad following the sudden resignation of Nicholas Pooran, in the wake of the Caribbean side’s shambolic qualifying campaign for last year’s T20 World Cup in Australia.

And since his appointment, Powell has overseen series successes away to South Africa and home wins against India and England, leaving West Indies unbeaten in a series this year.

“I think I just have a good bunch of guys around me,” Powell said after West Indies beat England in the decisive fifth T20 International in Trinidad. (CMC)

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