New Zealand captain Tom Latham said squad depth and their ability to adapt were the key factors in Monday’s clinical innings and 12-run victory over West Indies in the second Test at the Basin Reserve which sealed a 2-0 series sweep.
“Whoever comes into the side we expect them to do their role to the best of their ability,” Latham told reporters. “It was about everyone standing up and it was great we were able to do it without Kane (Williamson). Great for our squad we do have depth.”
Touring captain Jason Holder said the missed chances were critical.