Englands w20 winning team!

England won the t20 world cup in 2010. This was 9 years ago and we haven’t one another one. This is where all the players are now.

  1. Craig Kieswetter- Kieswetter’s career was sadly cut short in 2014. It was a game against South Africa the batsman was bowled out. The bail then hit his eye. Now Craig is breading and racing horses.
  2. Micheal Lumb- Last year he retired from all forms of cricket he is now retired and commentating.
  3. Kevin Pietersen ( as I said yesterday ) is now retired and working in the commentary circuit. He is also helping himself fit and healthy.
  4. Eoin Morgan, Eoin is still playing cricket and the captain that transformed all of England’s white ball game A true catalyst.
  5. Paul Collingwood last year Paul retired from all types of cricket. He is now living a family life and helping with England at times.
  6. Micheal Yardy he retired in 2016 and is now living a very quiet life.
  7. Tim Bresnan, Tim is still playing first-class cricket for Yorkshire and doing relatively well.
  8. Stuart Broad, not the force he once was in test match cricket. I believe he shouldn’t be in the team.
  9. Graeme Swann, he is now being a father to 3 and a Husband.
  10. James Anderson James is still part of the England team and there main and most consistent bowler.
  11. Ryan Sidebottom retired from cricket in 2017 after more than 1000 wickets.

4 thoughts on “Englands w20 winning team!

  1. Agree with you re Stuart Broad no longer being the force he once was. I would have Anderson and Sam Curran as England’s test match new ball pair, with the former also using his vast experience to help the latter to maximise his considerable talent.


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