Englands last world cup.

As England see favourites for the world cup and anticipation grows its easy to forget 4 years ago. England performed atrociously and was knocked out by an associate nation. BANGLADESH. Where are those players?

  1. Moen Ali, Moen has done relatively well since this tournament. A vital player for England and consistently in all formats.
  2. Ian Bell, Bell has since fallen out of all England formats. Still playing for Warwickshire and doing relatively well but not setting the world alight.
  3. Alex Hales, recently Alex signed a white ball contract but is a back up for Roy or Bairstow.
  4. Joe Root since then Joe’s game in all formats has come on leaps and bounds making him one of the best batsman in the world.
  5. Eoin Morgan since this tournament he has transformed Englands white ball cricket. From toothless cats to feared tigers. A true turnaround.
  6. James Taylor sadly after this world cup in 2016 he had to retire due to a serious heart condition. He is now prospering as an England selector.
  7. Jos Butler now in my opinion, and many others, The best wicket-keeper batsman in the world. He had a stunning 2018 and 2019.
  8. Chris Woakes, Chris is a very consistent performer who is in contention for every format. Additionally, he is in the England squad.
  9. Chris Jordan he has fallen out of test contention and isn’t in the world cup squad.
    Stuart Broad fell out of the ODI team. Also, he isn’t as effective in test matches anymore.
  • 11. James Anderson, like Stuart Broad, has fallen out of-of the one-day team. But unlike broad, he has excelled in test match cricket.
  • 6 of the 11 players are in the current world cup squad.

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