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West Indies captain Darren Sammy said injured all-rounder Dwayne Bravo was the inspiration behind their 215-run victory over Holland.
Bravo missed the game having been ruled out of the tournament with a knee problem, but gave the squad a pep-talk prior to his departure.
The Caribbean side racked up 330-8 in their Group B game before skittling the Dutch for 115 - Kemar Roach bagging a hat-trick in figures of 6-27.
"We had a meeting following the injury to Bravo, and he told the guys how important it was to play well in the World Cup," Sammy said.
"The pain in his face was evident, and it inspired us to play well."
The captain went on to praise Roach for his contribution.
"It was a brilliant effort from Roach," he said. "We had to come and show our worth, and win convincingly. Roach put his hands up."
The paceman revealed accuracy was the key to success on a good batting track.
"The ability to keep my pace up and be accurate is the biggest positive for me," said Roach, who also spoke highly of Bravo. "The surface was slow, so our plan was to bowl straight and fast.
"To me, he's my big brother and I was sad to see him go. He inspired me with his words this morning and really gave me some confidence. I'm glad to perform in front of him.
"We have a job still ahead of us and I am ready for it."
Holland captain Peter Borren admitted his team were completely overwhelmed by the Windies and refused to blame the pitch for the poor showing.
"I don't think the wicket really worsened, if anything it stayed lower in the first innings, showing just how much we were outplayed today, he said."
"The guys didn't turn up today after a decent performance against England."
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