Since Brendon McCullum took over as head coach last month, England has won all four Test matches by playing an extremely aggressive style of cricket.
Red-ball coach Brendon McCullum claimed England is not a “finished product” yet and added that winning in all circumstances should become the team’s standard. His reign has gotten off to a great start. Since the new head coach took over last month, England has won all four Test matches by playing an extremely aggressive style of cricket. First and foremost, we’re not a finished product, McCullum said on “SENZ Breakfast.” “We’ve been at it a month now, and we’ve had some terrific successes and seen the cricketing world kind of put them on notice, but we need to make sure that this becomes the standard for us.
That will be the true issue, he continued, “that this style of play and what we’re trying to accomplish is entirely authentic to us in any given situation.
In the 3-0 series victory over New Zealand and the record-setting fifth Test against India, England, who had a terrible 18 months, appeared to have entirely changed.
The former captain of New Zealand felt England might duplicate its domestic success abroad.
We’ll need to be somewhat adaptive to the conditions throughout the world, of course, but look, I believe that’s one of the great things about this bunch. I believe there were occasions during the two series we played when we also had to handle pressure.
“A lot has been said about the havoc we were able to wreak, especially with the ball in hand. And our pursuit of wickets with the ball, but there were occasions when we had to take the pressure.
“The men actually delivered when it was required, and it was incredibly fulfilling.
“It’s still early, but it’s a fantastic changing room to be around. A wonderful set of people and definitely an amazing amount of talent and ability within the dressing room. The next month, England’s Test team will host a three-match red-ball series against South Africa.
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