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It was our destiny: the victories that laid the foundation for West Indies' growing T20WC legacy.]

It was our destiny: the victories that laid the foundation for West Indies' growing T20WC legacy.

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No team has enjoyed as much success at the Men’s #T20WorldCup as reigning champions Windies Cricket.

We spoke to captain Kieron Pollard about the legacy being forged by the Caribbean outfit and where it all begun
West Indies and T20 cricket - no nation has matched the format and no team has won so much in the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

We have the opportunity to express ourselves in a short time. ICC Live the Game Ambassador and West Indies captain Kieron Pollard spoke about his team's passion and intelligence in T20 cricket. That's the decent thing to do, and it should end there.

But make no mistake. Showing off is just one part of the West Indies T20 cricket brand. And their status as a powerhouse in the format.

Pollard was 22 when the West Indies won the ICC Men's T20 World Cup for the first time in Sri Lanka. Already an established member of the team, he scored 38 runs in 15 overs in the semi-finals of the tournament against Australia, the way he was in the innings and is still famous.

They blasted 205/4 in that semi-final and took out the match by 74 runs. They had a much tougher time of it in the decider, where they were held to 137/6 by Sri Lanka before bouncing back with the ball. As Pollard sees it, "it was destined for us to win that World Cup

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