England’s all-rounder, proud of T20 World Cup victory, said – all the teams now want to copy us

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England has won the T20 World Cup title this month
England won the ODI World Cup in 2019

New Delhi. In the last few years, the England cricket team has established an empire in both ODI and T20 format of cricket with its aggressive game. In 2019, the team won the ODI World Cup and now also captured the T20 World Cup held in Australia. After this victory, the all-rounder of the England team, Moeen Ali, has asked other teams to play cricket like him. He said that now everyone is copying cricket like England.

Moin said while talking to PTI. The method of a game which was talked about a long time ago. I think now we have become a much better team according to that. Morgs (former captain Eoin Morgan) did a wonderful job and changed the mindset of the team. This is the most important and difficult thing in bringing forward the method of the game that is being talked about.

Now we can adapt to different teams and situations, we use different bowlers in the death overs and there is a lot of flexibility in the batting order. This team will only get better in the future.

Whenever a team starts winning, the example can be given with the Australian team, they have captured almost every trophy. Everyone tried to copy him. Now the England team has won the trophy of 50 overs and T20 World Cup. All the teams out there want to be like us. Want to copy us?

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We played South Africa and India in the summer this year. He beat us because he was playing the same kind of cricket that we play. So from this we came to know that now we have to improve ourselves further. It is good to follow the way of the game. I will not be surprised if other teams also start following this.

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