England’s Moeen Alik says sometimes you learn more than you lose a game

England were bowled out for 110 in just 25.2 overs on Tuesday, despite the big gunsling return of Ben Stokes, Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, with India pacer Jasprit Bumrah as the main destroyer with 6-19 and 3 by 3 were supported. -31 from Mohammed Shami and 1-26 from the famous Krishna.

The 111-run target was easily chased down by India within 19 overs, with captain Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan creating an unbroken ten-wicket win for India and a 1–0 lead in the three-match ODI series. shared partnership. It also meant that Jos Buttler suffered his third loss in four matches after Eoin Morgan retired from international cricket.

“It’s good to have these guys back and I’m sure it will be fine. The World Cup is still two years away (less than 18 months away). It definitely takes time to sleep. There will be some losses in it which is fine. In the past, we have won a lot of games, reached the World Cup and lost those important games.”

“We’ve lost a few games at the moment but it’s good for us that going forward closer to the World Cup we start winning. We want to win now but you don’t want to win all the games. Sometimes you learn more from losing games.” ,” Moeen was quoted as saying by The Cricketer.

Moeen further expressed confidence that Buttler will do well as England captain in the future and is ready to help him settle into the leadership role. “As a senior player when it’s your turn to do it you will. Jose is a fantastic leader. He has done that for years when Eoin hasn’t played, but is going to take a few games across all formats.”

“He’s definitely helped a lot. He talks to bowlers beforehand. He tells me to go to the bowler sometimes, or to do the same for Chris Jordan. It works out well He was always like that when Morges didn’t play. There’s no problem in having a keeper as captain.”

“No matter how good you are as a new captain, you want to start winning, but he knows there is a long way to go and the team will be fine. There is no need to panic or change. We just have to Need to step up as senior players in the team.”

When asked about his initial assessment of Matthew Mott as head coach, Moeen commented that he was similar to ex-England head coach Trevor Bayliss, who was in charge when the team won the 2019 World Cup on home soil. had won.

“He’s like Trevor Bayliss, but he has his own ways. He’s very relaxed and he’s nice. It doesn’t seem like it affected him in any way. The dressing room moves almost by itself most of the time so there are boys Well, we know it can happen anyway we play. It’s one of those days when you draw the line.”

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