Eoin Morgan thinks his England side played “played extremely well” as they bounced back to winning ways against India on Sunday.
It was an impressive performance by England and they got off to the perfect start as Jonny Bairstow, who smashed 111 runs, put on an opening stand of 160 with fit again Jason Roy.
“We played extremely well. Jason Roy and Bairstow at the top were magnificent to watch,” Morgan said. “The continuation of partnerships throughout took us to a formidable total.
“Our bowlers bowled well too. Liam Plunkett has been outstanding for us for four years, absolutely outstanding, particularly in that middle period of the innings.
“No game in this tournament is easy. Every game has been extremely tough and it will continue to be.”
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