West Indies skipper Jason Holder attributed their win over Pakistan to an aggressive approach but advised his team to not get ahead of themselves at the World Cup. 'I think our style was just to be aggressive. We just want to be aggressive with whoever we're playing against.
It's just something that we need to do in order to pick up wickets,' Holder told reporters. 'I think with the the modern-day game, if you are not picking wickets up throughout the innings you're going to struggle to contain teams. So we just want to be aggressive even if we give up a few runs up front, trying to get wickets.''We want to remain aggressive.
I think every single team in the competition that's going to be looking to pick up wickets throughout the entire innings has been a common trend,' Holder said.