West Indies beat England 3-2 in the final. After that match, Kieran Pollard denied all rumors about the team.
At a post-match press conference, when a journalist was asked about media reports about fighting in the squad and the victimization of some players, he denied all rumors.
West Indies won the decisive final by 17 runs. A few weeks ago, the ODI series against Ireland in Jamaica ended in a 2-1 defeat. He noted that with the defeat of that tournament, the players worked hard to prove who the Caribbean players were.
“The guys have worked tirelessly. After coming from Jamaica, our heads were down and we had conversations in the dressing room about how we wanted to play the cricket and I think the guys bounced back pretty well. We have to focus on what we need to focus on, which is the cricket, and I think the guys are putting their heads down, they’re understanding what we want to do, what we want to achieve as a team.”
He says empty vessels make more noise, he added.
“Every time we won a game there was something negative against us, but we came out and the guys really won it.”
The West Indies are currently on a tour of India and the first ODI will be played on February 06 in Ahmedabad.