Chris Rogers's feels that West Indies will be termed 'Unforgivable'    Getty Images
Chris Rogers’s feels that West Indies will be termed ‘Unforgivable’ Getty Images

Melbourne: Former Australian opener Chris Rogers has said that it will be ‘unforgivable’ for West Indies if they come up with another dull performance in the second Test of the three-match series between the two sides. The 38-year-old insisted Windies to display a bit more desire and hustle than they had shown in the opening Test, News.com.au reported. West Indies continued to display shoddy fielding in the first Test as veteran batsman Marlon Samuels looked disinterested in the field, yawning and walking around with his hands in his pockets. FULL SCORECARD: Australia vs West Indies, 2nd Test at Melbourne

He further called on the Caribbean side to play more as a team rather than individuals, insisting them to play at the top of the game in the upcoming matches. West Indies suffered a humiliating innings and 212-run defeat in the opening Test in Hobart, which triggered widespread criticism from former greats on the current plight of the islanders’ stand in the international cricket. ALSO READ: Carlos Brathwaite might make Test debut for West Indies on Boxing Day vs Australia

Australia face West Indies in the Boxing Day Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Saturday. It is the second game of the three-match Test series. The hosts lead West Indies 1-0 after a superb by an innings and 212 run-run victory in the first Test at Hobart. That game exposed the miserable state of the visitors in whites. The absence of big names like Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo and Andre Russell has fuelled West Indies spectacular slump in form in the ongoing contest against the Australians, which frustrated coach Phil Simmons also admitted to following the devastating loss in the first match