Kraigg Brathwaite said it was important for West Indies players to go back to the drawing board and make the necessary adjustments to their game, as they looked to learn from the 2-NIL defeat in the recent series against New Zealand.
The Caribbean side was distinctly second best throughout, losing the first Test by an innings and 67 runs and the second by 240 runs — both inside four days.
“[The series] is history now. It’s just about working on different flaws you may have seen as a batsman and as a bowler and coming back strong,” said Brathwaite, who led the side in the second Test game while Jason Holder served a one-match suspension.
“At the end of the day, Test cricket is a mental game and it’s about working on your technique, but also getting the mental side to it correct. Once we do that, we’ll be good,” he added.