Kingston, July 10: Indian Captain Virat Kohli was critical of India's performance against West Indies in the one-off T20, saying his team was sloppy with both the bat and ball and did not deserve to win.
"Even in the first innings, we could have added 25-30 extra. We were on course for 230. And in the field as well, we dropped a few chances and if you don't grab them you don't deserve to win," Kohli said after the match.
"If you give a good start up the order, one batsman has to bat through. I think Dinesh was good, but we needed someone to get 80-90 which a team needs in T20 cricket, I think.
"Then we didn't start well with the ball and didn't field well either. All these games are good feeders of how guys react to situations."
Kohli feels India's T20 team is still in a transition and there would be bad days but overall he was happy with the team's performance.
"West Indies have a good T20 team, they have carried on with the same team for a couple of years. And in experimental stage, we'd have up and downs. But we need to keep going. One game in the ODIs we lost, we won three convincingly," he said.
"T20s is anyone's game, and one game doesn't make a series according to me. Overall, we enjoyed the tour."
"We wanted to wrestle the game back against them. We've seen the IPL, we know how Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowls at the death and we wanted to make him bowl more in the first few overs and that's a box ticked.