England Test Team “Not A Finished Product”: Brendon McCullum

England Test Team “Not A Finished Product”: Brendon McCullum

File photo of England Test coach Brendon McCullum.© AFP

His era got off to a great start, to the Red Ball coach Brendan McCullum He said England was not yet a “finished product”, adding that winning under all circumstances should become the norm for the team. Playing a very aggressive brand of cricket, England have won all four Tests since taking over as new head coach last month. “We’re not the first and most manufactured product,” McCullum told SENZ Breakfast. The world has taken a little notice of them, but we have to make sure that it becomes normal for us.

“This style of play and what we are trying to achieve is absolutely authentic for us in any situation and that will be the real challenge,” he added.

England, who have endured disappointing runs over the past 18 months, saw a completely different outfit in the 3-0 series win over New Zealand and the resumption of the scheduled fifth Test against India.

The former New Zealand captain expressed hope that England would repeat the success at home in overseas conditions.

“Obviously, the situation around the world would mean that we also have to be relatively adaptable, but look, I think that’s one of the beauties of this group. I think during the two series, we also We have played where we have played. ” The pressure also had to be absorbed.

“It’s a disaster that we were able to work with the ball in hand, especially in search of wickets with the ball, but sometimes we had to absorb the pressure.

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“The boys really did it when it was needed, which was really satisfying.

“These are early days but it’s definitely a nice changing room to be around; a wonderful group of guys and clearly a lot of talent and ability inside the dressing room and really led the captain. Ben Stokes England’s Test team will play a three-match red ball series against South Africa at home next month.

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