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Sammy, Bravo, Gayle chide Windies selectors

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Published May 20, 2016, 5:30 pm IST
Updated May 20, 2016, 5:31 pm IST
World T20 winning trio was dropped from West Indies' squad for the upcoming tri-series involving Australia and South Africa.
"One minute we have to be available for domestic super 50 to be selected and the next minute, it seems we don't," said Dwayne Bravo criticising West Indies selectors. (Photo: AFP)
 "One minute we have to be available for domestic super 50 to be selected and the next minute, it seems we don't," said Dwayne Bravo criticising West Indies selectors. (Photo: AFP)

New Delhi: A day after being dropped from the ODI squad for the upcoming triangular series featuring Australia and South Africa, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has questioned the national selectors' decision to pick compatriots Sunil Narine and Kieron Pollard.

Besides Bravo, all-rounder Andre Russell, T20 skipper Darren Sammy, and swashbuckling batsman Chris Gayle were also omitted from the 14-man squad.

 

Bravo questioned the selection of Narine and Pollard despite not meeting one of the West Indies' criteria for selection i.e. playing domestic 50-over competition.

Bravo wrote on Twitter:

 

Gayle, Bravo and Sammy missed the domestic tournament, Nagico Super50, in January because they were playing in this year's Big Bash League in Australia at the time, 'ESPNcricinfo' reported.

Meanwhile, Sammy and Gayle also lashed out at the selectors following their omission.

Sammy said:

 

 

Questioning selectors' decision to call Narine in the squad, Gayle said,

 

West Indies will play first of the 10-match ODI tri-series against South Africa on June 3 in Guyana.

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