LONDON: Chris Jordan says England’s 2016 World Twenty20 remaining heartbreak towards the West Indies made them a stronger workforce as Eoin Morgan’s aspect search redemption on this yr’s match.
England had one hand on the trophy in Kolkata earlier than Carlos Brathwaite smashed Ben Stokes for 4 consecutive sixes to win the match for the Caribbean aspect.
Three years later England grew to become world champions within the 50-over format and they’re among the many favourites for this yr’s T20 World Cup within the United Arab Emirates and Oman, beginning on Sunday.
Jordan conceded solely eight runs within the penultimate over of the 2016 remaining, leaving the West Indies needing 19 off six balls bowled by Stokes and he admonished himself for prematurely considering the sport was over.
“I’ll never take myself to that place again,” mentioned the 33-year-old seamer.
“I positively received’t be considering that means after bowling the 19th over till it’s absolutely, absolutely over. We are inclined to snigger about it now, however we positively got here out stronger for it as a unit.
“I wouldn’t say it haunted us too much. Someone has to come up victorious and for something like that to be done in the last over, you can’t write that.”
Jordan believes England, the top-ranked T20 aspect, now make ‘clearer’ selections in crunch moments, which he mentioned helped throughout the victorious 2019 World Cup marketing campaign.
“The team was on autopilot,” he mentioned. “In any situation you saw the game slow down a little bit and everyone came up with an informed and correct decision.”
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