"There was a bit of pressure going into the one-day series knowing I didn’t perform with the bat as I wanted to in the Test series," Ramdin admitted.
"I was determined to go out there and enjoy the moment. Batting with Sarwan gave me the confidence to go out there and execute.
"I was a bit disappointed with the way I’d batted on the tour so far, especially in the Test series. "I think I’m quite capable of getting a lot more runs than that. So hopefully I’ll continue in the one-day series and win more games for us."
"The guys now believe that we are capable of doing it. Needing 40 runs in four overs, some teams may not get over the line.
"The first game was washed out and the Test series deadlocked, the Twenty20 series one-all, so going up 1-0 in the 50-over format is good for the entire team."
"In the Twenty20 games we put down a couple of catches that cost us the game. We’re working on it and in the last game that was evident because we took a couple of catches that got rid of some of their key batsmen.”
"Both teams have guys who are capable of hitting a lot of boundaries so if you get those players out in the first 15 overs and shut down the runs it will be good."
"There’s no doubt Vettori is a world-class bowler. He’s a competitor and he does his job for the team over and over again," Ramdin said.
"It’s for us to go out there and play positively, put the ball in the gaps, run hard, pick out ones and twos and put them under some pressure."