Listen as West Indies captain gives credit to New Zealand batsmen Corey Anderson and Jesse Ryder, who set up a 159-run win for their side in the third One-Day International in Queenstown.
Bravo made 56 not out as his side closed on 124 for five after Anderson (131 not out in 47 balls) and Ryder (104 in 51 balls) had helped New Zealand reach 183 for four.
Anderson's 36-ball century was a record in international cricket and Bravo admits that the brutal hitting caught his side off guard but that there was 'no stopping' them and he can't fault his bowlers.
He adds that his team's batting needs to improve ahead of the final two matches in the series and that they need to regroup and try to perform better in the cold conditions.
Audio courtesy of the West Indies Cricket Board.
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