West Indies hero Jason Holder feels his team will take a psychological advantage into the second Test against England after batting out the final day to salvage a draw in the first Test in Antigua on Friday.
Although he feels his team did everything they could to force a win in the first Test against the West Indies in Antigua, England captain Alastair Cook admits they will still leave the Island on a bit of a low.
There are dull draws and there are rivetting ones, and Friday's Houdini-esque great escape by a spirited West Indies side certainly goes into the upper reaches of the second category.
The Mumbai Indians posted a target of nearly 200 runs on Friday but were still unable to record a win, as the Chennai Super Kings chased down the 184 required with six wickets in hand and 20 balls to spare.
Bangladesh put on an excellent all-round performance in the first ODI against Pakistan on Friday, winning by 79 runs in just their second-ever victory over the opposition, thanks to twin tons from their seniors.