(Barbados Today) Phil Simmons is not pleased with West Indies’ overall performance during the just concluded series against India.

And no one is impressed with the fiasco that has taken place at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad and Tobago over the past four days of the fourth Test match.

Speaking to the media today after the fourth Test was called off after just 22 overs on the first day were possible, West Indies coach Simmons lamented his team’s continued inconsistent performances. He also noted that he was not getting some of the things he had requested to encourage improvement in the regional team.

“I think the series was a little bit too up and down. We played well across two-three hours sometimes, and the next two hours we were down. I think that, for me, was the major disappointment. We showed that we can do things but not consistently enough. We batted well in Jamaica, but we went and did the same things in the first and third Test. For that, it’s disappointing that we weren’t consistent enough,” he said.

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