England coach Mott is upset over Morgan’s claim in the dressing room

England coach Mott is upset over Morgan’s claims in the dressing room. The England team is still a “very close-knit unit,” according to coach Matthew Mott, despite India’s 100-run thumping of the reigning champions, which sent them to their sixth consecutive loss at the ICC World Cup 2023.

Mott’s statements followed former England captain Eoin Morgan’s insistence that the team’s underperformance at the ICC World Cup 2023 was due to divisions within the camp.

The captain of the 2019 World Cup-winning team, Morgan, said Sky Sports, “I’ve never come across a sports team that has underperformed like this, given the level of expectation.”

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Mott, though, quickly denied the allegations.

“I really don’t think that. Despite our performance, I believe that anyone within our tent right now would attest to the fact that we’re a really close-knit team,” he remarked.

“In my perspective, the group has been exceptionally strong in that particular area. Our training sessions are really enjoyable, as you can see. In an attempt to assist one another, people are placing their arms around one another.

When pressed on the subject, Mott stated, “Eoin has the right to his opinion.” It is evident that he has been absent for a few weeks due to the birth of his child. “He hasn’t been in and around the rooms, but I will definitely talk to him about it and bring it up.”

The top seven countries from this World Cup plus the hosts Pakistan are anticipated to fight for the 2025 Champions Trophy, which England is now unable to win as they sit at the bottom of the 10-team table.

But according to Mott, they only learned of the qualification scenario “about an hour and a half ago.”

It’s not a huge concern, according to Mott, because the ICC (International Cricket Council) modifies the criteria for qualification frequently. Besides, I don’t think it would have any bearing on how we’ve played in this competition.

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