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'We have to beat Australia, England and South Africa'

Dec 14, 2012: Darren Sammy isn't satisfied with West Indies' recent success. He wants his side to hunger for more

Interview by Mohammad Isam

West Indies news

West Indies should aim for No. 1 in ODIs - Clive Lloyd

Oct 13, 2012: Clive Lloyd has said the World Twenty20 winning West Indies team should now aim for the "next level" by targeting the No.1 ranking in ODIs

ESPNcricinfo staff

Bowl at Boycs

'West Indian kids have new heroes to look up to'

Oct 12, 2012: Geoff Boycott on the World T20, Kevin Pietersen, attacking captains in history, innovations likely in the game

ESPNcricinfo staff

Why everyone enjoys West Indies' win

Oct 12, 2012: Because they rarely sledge or harbour rancorous feelings towards the opposition

Harsha Bhogle

Ravi Rampaul's Jekyll-and-Hyde story

Oct 12, 2012: The West Indian fast bowler has been all aggression and fire with the new ball in T20s, but has leaked plenty of runs in the slog overs

S Rajesh

West Indies news

Players came together for one cause - Gibson

Oct 10, 2012: Ottis Gibson, the West Indies coach, described being able to call the team as world champions as an "amazing feeling"

ESPNcricinfo staff

Are West Indies bound upwards at last?

Oct 10, 2012: Asking them to regain the heights of the 1980s would be too much, but they can still be a force in international competition

Ed Smith

In Gayle's slipstream

Oct 10, 2012: An American writer gets swept up in the foaming excitement of the World Twenty20

Wright Thompson

Battling school-time traffic, and a birthday by the sea

Oct 9, 2012: Our correspondent experiences the moods of victory and defeat, courtesy the captains' press conferences

Abhishek Purohit

Pakistan news

Razzaq in trouble over Hafeez criticism

Oct 9, 2012: The PCB has issued a showcause notice to the allrounder Abdul Razzaq and asked him to explain his outburst against Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez after the World Twenty20

ESPNcricinfo staff

World Twenty20 2012

Short, quick tournament for short, quick format

Oct 9, 2012: The World T20 was a three-week burst of entertaining and meaningful cricket; the administrators should resist the urge to expand the tournament and dilute its charm

David Hopps

World Twenty20 2012, Part 5

Samuels, Sammy do the Houdini act

Oct 9, 2012: Marlon Samuels and Darren Sammy were the standout performers in the final of the World Twenty20 2012

Devashish Fuloria

World Twenty20 1012, stats review

When dot balls didn't matter

Oct 9, 2012: West Indies had a higher dot-ball percentage than any of the other sides who reached the Super Eights. But they had the power-hitters to compensate for that

S Rajesh

World Twenty20 2012

Marauding McCullum, vicious Watson and other World T20 specials

Oct 9, 2012: ESPNcricinfo revisit some of the most memorable individual performances at the World Twenty20 2012

Nikita Bastian

World Twenty20 2012 performance analysis

Samuels, Mendis lead the way

Oct 9, 2012: An analysis of individual batting and bowling performances in the World Twenty20 2012

Madhusudhan Ramakrishnan

World Twenty20 2012

The team(s) of the tournament

Oct 8, 2012: ESPNcricinfo's writers, who were at the World Twenty20, pick their best XIs and explain their choices

Top billing, bottom drawer

Oct 8, 2012: XI players who failed to live up to the hype at the World Twenty20

Tim Wigmore

World Twenty20 2012

Dead-eye Dwayne, and a fearless scoop

Oct 8, 2012: ESPNcricinfo's men on the ground pick their favourite moments of the World Twenty20

World Twenty20 2012

Bailey wants a new type of spinner

Oct 8, 2012: George Bailey believes Australia's spin bowlers must find a way to be more effective on the subcontinent if the team is to have any chance of winning the next World Twenty20, to be held in Bangladesh in 2014

Brydon Coverdale

Sri Lanka v West Indies, World Twenty20 final, Colombo

Shall we tell the president?

Oct 8, 2012: That he's being blamed for Sri Lanka's loss?

Sifaan Zavahir
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