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Perhaps an interesting note to finish on, but at the end of this series, it is clear that Indian cricket is truly poor at the moment.
After Australia (and Sri Lanka) wiped the floor with them throughout the summer, it appeared that it was more of a case of Australia being too strong rather than India being too weak.
Yet when the West Indies rolled Australia more than once and pushed them the entire series, the real truth came to the fore—Australia are not invincible or even that good.
India are simply that bad.
It will be interesting to see how they go against one of the best sides in South Africa when they meet later in the month to determine whether or not India are at the same level as other nations around the world.
According to the current ICC rankings, Australia are the best one-day team in the world; South Africa the second best and India the third.
But after watching the eighth ranked West Indies match with Australia, maybe Indian cricket isn't that strong after all.
For that, only time will tell.
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