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In an interview with Daily Telegraph, Tino Best says his innings of 95 was emotional since it showed how much he cares for West Indies cricket and also because it would finally put to bed the ‘mind the windows’ comment by Andrew Flintoff eight years ago.
"I wanted to impress [Ottis Gibson] because he is working his butt off to get us to be a loving family. I wanted to contribute to the family."
"People always told me to be a positive beacon in my community and not to give up. To do what I did on Sunday made me feel proud. We showed the world that as West Indians we are still passionate about cricket and what to do well. We are not going to be scared of anybody."