Former Captain believes in England for T20WC

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The ex-captain Eion Morgan believes England will be back to winning ways in T20 cricket. He believes the English team can turn back their fortunes and be back to the form they’ve always been in. The new coach-led England team has been in some poor form in limited overs cricket. Just recently, the team tasted a very bad defeat by South Africa in the home T20 series.

The former captain Morgan announced his retirement after consecutive bad performances. Furthermore, This came just after when coach Mott Mathew was appointed as the head coach of the team in the month of may This year. Now, He has shown confidence in the team is going through a rough patch. that they’ll soon be in form for the coming WorldCup, meanwhile T20 WorldCup is only 2 months away from its start.

Upon being asked about the poor performance of the team since he left Morgan replied with

“There’s a reason that I had these theories about me missing out games and giving leadership to guys like Jos, Moeen (Ali), Chris Jordan, and Sam Billings – whoever it might have been – to try and plan and strategize for when I leave or get injured or can’t play, simply because you have to crisis-plan, I have 100 percent faith that things will turn around again. There’s a transition regardless, even if you’re on the best side in the world. They are still winning games. When I first started, we couldn’t win a game.”

Recent results of England in the Whiteball format

England just last month tasted defeat in ODI and T20 games against India in the home series. The team had also seen a defeat in South Africa series just before the star player of the side decided to say Bye to ODI cricket. The bowlers and batters in the team have been performing really poorly in the current scenarios.

English team after completing the series vs the proteas are on a seven-week break before they take on the Pakistan team right before WorldCup starts.

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