By Ashish Shukla
Kingston (Jamaica), Jun 16 (PTI) Fielding has never been Indian cricket's strong point but stand-in skipper Suresh Raina says the side competing against the West Indies right now is the best fielding unit he has been part of in the past five years.
"In my view, it is the best Indian fielding side I have been part of in the last five years."
The team's new fielding coach Trevor Penny said the current side has four-five players who are excellent.
"There are at least four or five boys in the team who are excellent," remarked Penny, who was recommended to the job by coach Duncan Fletcher.
The cricketers, who have given an edge to India in the field clearly have been Manoj Tiwary, Virat Kohli, Subramaniam Badrinath and skipper Suresh Raina himself.