England coach Matthew Mott says that is nothing in Eoin Morgan's assertion that there is a deeper problem within the squad. Mott spoke to the media after England's sixth loss of the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup - a demoralising 100-run defeat to hosts India. And the head coach was asked specifically about comments made by Morgan. The former England World Cup-winning captain had remarked "I think there's something else going on - there has to be," when discussing England's uncharacteristic displays in the tournament. But Mott says that Morgan is wide of the mark. Sachin Tendulkar, Jay Shah and Leaders Across Political Aisle Hail India’s 100-Run Win Against England in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.

"Eoin's entitled to his opinion. He's obviously been away for a couple of weeks with the birth of his child. He hasn't been in and around the rooms, but I'll certainly take that up with him and have a chat to him. We've got a really good relationship with him. So, if he's seeing something that I'm not, I'll definitely have that conversation," said England coach Matthew Mott while talking to media in the post-match presentation.

"I think anyone that's inside our tent at the moment would say that despite our results, we're an incredibly tight-knit unit - to the point where Dave Humphries, who's a former rugby international, was flabbergasted just how tight the unit was when he came in for a week to observe us, " added England coach Matthew Mott. Rohit Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Help India Beat England by 100 Runs, Make It Six Wins in Six Matches at ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.

England's defence of their World Cup title is not mathematically over, but five defeats from six matches in India means it would take an unprecedented turnaround in the table for this group of players to reach the final four. Australia await Mott and his players next, with the game to be held in Ahmedabad next Saturday.

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