Pune: England have lost in the three formats of the series against India. After this, English team head coach Chris Silverwood has said that his team learned important lessons in this tour which will be useful in T20 World Cup.
Dominance of team india
Team India maintained their dominance in the three formats by winning by 7 runs in the third and last ODI on Sunday. India won 3–1 in the test series, 3–2 in the T20 series and 2–1 in the ODI series.
England will be strong after defeat
Before the team left for England, Chris Silverwood said in a conversation with the British media that when the England team visits India for the T20 World Cup in October-November, it will be stronger.
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Proud of your team
Silverwood said, ‘Good, competitive games and good, competitive series were played in this round. I am proud of my team. I am proud of every player who has come on this tour.
Got a lot of learning
Silverwood said, ‘I am proud of his effort and attitude towards the game. I think we have learned a lot from this perspective and I cannot expect much from it. ‘
Valuable experience achieved
He said, ‘We won valuable experience for the T20 World Cup. If we look at the Test series, they learned a lot of lessons and when they come back again, they will know what to do and what will be a better strategy for the game.
Desperate to settle accounts
India have to play a series of 5 Test matches in England between August and September and Chris Silverwood feels that his players will be desperate to settle.
‘Experience will work’
He said, ‘This experience will motivate him to move forward continuously. When he plays against India in England, it will inspire him to take revenge.
‘Ready for the future’
Silverwood said, ‘There is not much time in that series but we are ready for this series to be held in England. We know that it will be very competitive because the 2 best teams will face each other.
Power of indian spinners
India lost the first Test against England but after that they made a great comeback with the good performances of their spinners Ravichandran Ashwin and Akshar Patel and won the series 3–1.
‘Difficult to beat India at home’
Silverwood said, ‘Winning here is not easy and we know it. India is a very strong team in their home conditions but despite this there are many positive aspects for us.