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EOIN MORGAN: NEEDING EIGHT OF THE FINAL OVER, WE SHOULD HAVE WON

EOIN MORGAN: NEEDING EIGHT OF THE FINAL OVER, WE SHOULD HAVE WON


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The 30 year old English batsman believes that the lost the match in the final third.


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The 30 year old English skipper believes that they should have won the last night match against India. Moreover, he thinks that they only need eight runs in the last over.


The 23 year old Indian fast bowler Jasprit Bumrah has ensured something that they did not get it. The English captain believes that the decision of Joe Root change the momentum.


The English batsman Root’s decision was capricious on the fact that the English batsman had south to say struck the ball as well as the verity that the ball had struck him at the wickets. 


That was one of the most impecunious decisions in the series.


The England captain in the post match presentation, he told that: “Needing eight off final over we should have won the game but there is extreme frustration, absolutely,”


“It shifted momentum [the Root decision] the first ball of the 20th over, losing a batsman who’s faced 40 balls on a wicket that’s not that easy to time it is quite a bit of a hammer blow.

“It’s proved very costly all things considered. A couple of decisions didn’t go our way and we still should have won the game and that’s a big positive for us. That we didn’t is disappointing. We will draw a line under it tonight

and move on to think about what we may come up against in Bangalore.”


The English caption also not pleased with the debutant Liam Dawson, but he sprung on his defense. He added: “It’s difficult, As a player when you make your debut you’re in the same position for the first couple of days.

Home or away, probably a little more hostile. It’s part and parcel of the job to be able to cope with the pressure and make good decisions more often than not.


Despite the impecunious decision of the English captain rehearse that they should have won the match: “We should have won the game anyway. The fact that [umpiring controversy] comes out of today’s game as a highlight is disappointing, it shouldn’t be like that. It should be a good performance by both teams and a really competitive game.”

“Even if it’s just for World Cup games you’d accept it. If this was a World Cup game tonight and we were out of the World Cup or lost a World Cup final we’d be spewing. The fact it’s not is a concern. There is as much on the line as there is in a Test or a one-day match so no reason why it shouldn’t be used.”


England will play their last and decisive T20 match in Bangalore on 1st february.

 

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18 Jun 2018 | 09:30 IST, 1ST TEST, DAY 5
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru

TEST

RankTeam MatchesPoints Rating
1 India 28 3499 125
2 South Africa 32 3589 112
3 Australia 33 3499 106
4 New Zealand 23 2354 102
5 England 36 3511 98
6 Sri Lanka 31 2914 94
7 Pakistan 17 1463 86
8 Bangladesh 16 1202 75
9 West Indies 22 1484 67
10 Zimbabwe 8 12 2

ODI

RankTeam MatchesPoints Rating
1 England 42 5257 125
2 India 45 5492 122
3 South Africa 34 3842 113
4 New Zealand 41 4602 112
5 Australia 32 3327 104
6 Pakistan 32 3279 102
7 Bangladesh 24 2220 93
8 Sri Lanka 43 3302 77
9 West Indies 29 1989 69
10 Afghanistan 28 1758 63
11 Zimbabwe 37 2021 55

T20

RankTeam MatchesPoints Rating
1 Pakistan 23 2990 130
2 Australia 15 1894 126
3 India 32 3932 123
4 New Zealand 22 2542 116
5 England 17 1951 115
6 South Africa 18 2058 114
7 West Indies 18 2048 114
8 Afghanistan 22 1917 87
9 Sri Lanka 27 2287 85
10 Bangladesh 21 1570 75