“I never have the feeling that you win world championships, big tournaments, if you are conservative. You have to be ahead of the game.
“This team has done what has led to being aggressive over the past four years. You have to have a lot of courage to do it in the big games,” Collingwood told UK media on the eve of their T20I series. Decision against India in Ahmedabad.
Collingwood, who led his country to the glory of the ICC T20 World Cup in 2010, also believed England was feared given the shape of many teams at the T20 World Cup, which he hosted in India in October.
“I think there have been a lot of teams who have feared us at this World Cup for the past four years because of our white ball shape,” said Collingwood.
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“We have a lot of match winners from one to eleven who can win games with their own racket. Completely different teams from 2010 to now, but I don’t think we could be in a better place.”
“The team in 2010 was a team that got together at the very last moment and we took a few risks and played on the selection.
“We knew what type of cricket we wanted to play, but it wasn’t brought closer to us for a long time, like this team did. I think this team is better prepared.”
When asked about the importance of the series maker, he said that these types of pressure situations would place them perfectly ahead of the World Cup.
“It’s a huge game. Both teams know this. Another great opportunity to get experience in knockout cricket. It’s like a final for us. When you get into the World Cup, you need that kind of experience to see.” how the players are. ” deal with the pressure.
“It’s just another experience to come back to and use the memories of,” he added.
(With PTI inputs)
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