Jason Holder has not had much to smile about in his first series as ODI captain © Getty Images
Jason Holder has not had much to smile about in his first series as ODI captain © Getty Images

Johannesburg:

West Indies one-day cricket skipper Jason Holder has criticized his teammates for committing basic errors during the ongoing One-Day International series against South Africa. Holder, who is captaining in his first series, said that he was worried about the way they were going about their cricket and they would make better improvements if they learn from their errors quickly, Sport24 reported.

South Africa have taken an unassailable 3-0 lead in the five-match ODI series against the West Indies. Holder further said that at the moment, it just seems as they were making the same errors over and over again, adding that it was just about correcting those errors and moving on from it, the report added.

Holder was appointed captain in place of Dwayne Bravo after the latter led the West Indian team into prematurely pulling out of a tour to India. Holder in his first outing as ODI captain has not had luck in changing fortunes of his team who have struggled in the ODI format in recent times.