Williams frustrated by Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe has not won a game since March, and its last three one-day series against Pakistan, South Africa and Bangladesh have resulted in a target. One of Sean Williams' best innings allowed Zimbabwe to reach his highest total of the series in the third game against Bangladesh, but the wheels went off on the field and the result was another punitive defeat. Something, admitted Williams after the game, has to change.

"It's very disappointing to lose two series in a row," he said. "We have a lot of young guys on our team, we have to teach them and we need blood, if we do not follow certain protocols during a cricket match and we learn during the games we are playing, it's unfortunately not going to work." to be better than it is now. It has to change. There has to be a common goal, and that common goal is to start competing and start winning games more often. "

A little more luck with the draw They have helped in the last two games .Two times Zimbabwe has been seen forced to deal with the dew that has made his work doubly difficult. "The conditions are very different, from the first field to the second field," Williams said. "We would have loved to have placed the field first. Rolling our spinners with a dry ball would have been very good, but it is what it is and we can not control the conditions. We have to get up and move on with that. "

The Zimbabwe tour continues with two Tests, starting in Sylhet in just over a week. They will play a three-day practice game before that, and Williams will begin that section of the tour as the batter in the form of the visitors. He was the only batter who surpassed fifty during the trip to South Africa earlier this month, and he continued with his fifties in the first ODI against Bangladesh with 47 and 129. He hoped that Zimbabwe could take advantage of the good signals they have shown. with the bat until now.

"With the bat, Brendan Taylor is starting to recover, which is a very good sign for us," he said. "And I, it seems that I have found a little bit of shape and I would like to continue with that form, the way, as we all know, can be eliminated from you very quickly, so I would like to take that for as long as I can. They play well, but they come out at the wrong times … Hamilton [Masakadza] is one, [Sikandar] Race, those guys can do great races … Until these test matches and I hope they come to the party. "

source:- espncricinfo.com

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