Denesh Ramdin presented a 4-year-old fan with free tickets for the second T20I and the gesture won a lot of admiration for the West Indies cricket team on Internet.
Barring two One-Day Internationals, the Caribbean side was easily crushed by the hosts, who won the Test, the ODI and the Twenty20 series with ease.
Denesh Ramdin, who was left out of West Indies squad for India series, expressed dissatisfaction over the decision on social media.
West Indies will play India in a four-Test series, starting on July 21. Denesh Ramdin took to social media to express his displeasure over not being picked, and was served with an unspecified punishment
The West Indies still haven't publicly announced their squad for India series but Denesh Ramdin took to Twitter to tell he had been dumped from the team and blamed new chairman of selectors Courtney Browne for the same
West Indies and South Africa will meet in the last preliminary match on Friday. The winners will face Australia in Sunday's tri-nation ODI series final
Austrlain skipper Steven Smith revealed that he approached West Indies captain Jason Holder with an offer to declare at 0-0 and then allow the tourists to build a 370-run lead with 70 overs to play. However, Holder wasn't keen to take up the offer.
Denesh Ramdin is part of a regional outfit that also includes wicketkeeper batsmen Shane Dowrich and Shai Hope preparing to play two Test matches, three One-Day Internationals and two T20s against Sri Lanka from October 14.
Former West Indies Manager Omar Khan has called on WICB to come clean on the sacking of Denesh Ramdin as skipper of the Test team.
The 23-year-old, who has played eight Tests and 33 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) in his fledgling career, will lead a 15-man squad for the October 14 to November 12 away series against Sri Lanka which comprises two Tests, three One-Day Internationals and two Twenty20s, reports CMC.