“We got within about 10 yards and she came out. We thought ‘wow she is keen to meet us.'"
Scenes of a disheveled Joe Root with a beer in each hand were always going to be a longshot.
“If that commitment’s not there, then it’s time for him to think.”
Jofra Archer picked out Eoin Morgan for special praise following England's World Cup final triumph over New Zealand on Sunday.
Eoin Morgan admits England's World Cup final victory over New Zealand on Sunday is still hard to process.
Eoin Morgan thinks his England side played "played extremely well" as they bounced back to winning ways against India on Sunday.
"We've struggled with the basics of what we call our batting mantra, showing intent, building partnerships..."
"I thought about 'would it help in the right way?' and 'is it right?' - but it didn't sit right with me."
Morgan admitted his frustration after his side fell short against Sri Lanka at Headingley on Friday.
"All the work over the last four years, over the course of my career, it all comes to the front now."