In the absence of regular captain Aaron Finch, the goalkeeper led the Australian team to a 2-1 victory over the West Indies. Coach Justin Langer praised the substitute one-day international team captain Alex Carey.
Vinci injured his knee in the process of preparing for the three-game series and returned to Australia for treatment before the team defeated the hosts six times in the final game of Bridgetown.
Carey won 133 consecutive victories in the first game of the series, after which the Australian lost 4 wickets in the second game. Cruise to victory in the decisive third game Win the series.
“I think the captain of Alex Carey is very good,” Lange said, according to reports Australian.
“One of the hallmarks of Alex Carey, he talks about it personally, and we now talk about it as one of our values as a team, or what we hope to achieve as a team is calmness. He is so calm and honest. You can see it on his face when he hits the ball.”
In the absence of many big-name players including David Warner and Steve Smith, Carey took over the team and was impressed by the crease. The 29-year-old had the highest score in the first game. He scored 67 points and scored 35 points in the third game of the series between the two teams.
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“As the captain, he is easy to get along with,” Lange said.
“He will check every box, he will make sure to complete all due diligence, he will know the travel of his teammates, so it is great to work with him. I like his calmness, I like his composure, I I like everything he does on and off the court; he did very, very well, and he made a deep impression in this role.”