England ‘quite raw’ after T20 whitewash in Bangladesh, Matthew Mott admits

Coach says his side ‘never want to accept losing’Gap to next international white-ball action is ‘opportunity’

There were no thrown teacups in the England dressing room on Tuesday night after Bangladesh sealed a 3-0 T20 series whitewash in Mirpur. Nobody got the hairdryer treatment. There may be a time and a place for such histrionics, but the end of a short tour at the end of a long winter is not it – no matter how shambolic some aspects of the final performance had been.

“To be honest it’s more about the follow-up,” said Matthew Mott, England’s white-ball coach. “It’ll be quite raw at the moment. I don’t think we did ourselves justice in that last game and pointing it out is not going to make anyone better straight away. We’ll make sure we have those conversations when the players have had time to digest it. We’ve got a bit break now, so it’s trying to get them freshened up and ready for their next adventures.”

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