Courtney Walsh, who acts as fast-bowling coach for Bangladesh, said the thumping was bittersweet.
Courtney Walsh is stepping up in the absence of a coach for the Twenty20 tournament.
Courtney Walsh has been Bangladesh's fast bowling coach since early 2016 but had never been called on to take charge of the entire squad.
Courtney Walsh said he always wanted to be involved with an International team as coach and that's why he chose to be Bangladesh bowling coach
Thilan Samaraweera's appointment came a day after former West Indies great Courtney Walsh agreed a three-year term to become the specialist pace bowling coach of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)
Courtney Walsh has agreed a three-year deal to become specialist bowling coach with the Bangladesh team, the West Indies Cricket Board announced
Courtney Walsh said he was sure that Anil Kumble will do everything in his capacity to ensure Indian cricket stayed on top or even got better
Courtney Walsh, the fifth all-time leading Test wicket-taker with 519 and second only to Glenn McGrath as most prolific paceman, said he was surprised by Australia's wisdom of opting for those who bowl at speeds of above 140kph (87 mph).
Courtney Walsh is with the West Indies team as a "selector on tour" for the upcoming three-Test series against Australia and caught a glimpse of the first Test under lights between Australia and New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval.
When asked about the current crop of Indian fast bowlers, Courtney Walsh spoke at length about Ishant Sharma and gave an insight into what he thought should be done.
While he plans to become a professional footballer once he leaves track and field events, Usain Bolt has said that while growing up, he adored Courtney Walsh and Brian Lara.
India is likely to be represented by Rahul Dravid, Robin Singh, Rahul Sanghvi, Amay Khurasiya, Pravin Amre, Narendra Hirwani, Harvinder Singh, Vijay Dahiya, Iqbal Siddiqui, Abey Kuruvilla, Gagan Khoda and Sadagoppan Ramesh.
The Dominican off-spinner bagged 19 wickets to shatter the West Indies record for the most wickets in a two-Test series, 16, which was set by former fast bowler Courtney Walsh in New Zealand in 1995.
India's middle order batsmen Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina today won the Ceat International Youngster of the Year and T20 Player of the Year awards respectively.
Legendary pacer Courtney Walsh has been appointed manager for the West Indies Under-19 team's tour of the US starting July 8.
There seems no end to the list of Sachin Tendulkar admirers and the latest to laud the Indian batting icon is West Indian fast bowling great Courtney Walsh.