CWC 2023: England captain gave his statement on the subject of sacking the England head coach

The performance of defending champions England in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 (CWC 2023) was very poor and the team was also out of the semi-finals. White ball head coach Matthew Mott is being targeted for the team’s poor performance. However, Mott now has the support of former England captain Michael Vaughan and does not want to step down as coach after the current tournament.

England, who won the World Cup title in 2019, were considered favorites to win the current edition being played in India, but the team’s performance was so poor that it is now in danger of finishing in the top 8. England have won just two of their eight matches in the World Cup 2023. If the team does not finish in the last 8, it will miss out on qualifying for the 2025 Champions Trophy.

Michael Vaughan suggested that Matthew Mott should be retained until the 2024 T20 World Cup. Many former England cricketers are concerned about Mott’s position as coach of the England team, but Vaughan has backed him to stay on until the T20 World Cup 2024.

He said that I am not in favor of changing the coach who had won the T20 World Cup a year ago. Matthew Mott has made mistakes over the last few weeks. In my view, he will be the coach going into the T20 World Cup in the US and Caribbean in about six months and that would be the right decision.

England is scheduled to play its last World Cup 2023 league match against Pakistan on November 11. Captain Jos Buttler’s aim in that match would be to win outright, as a defeat could end his team’s chances of playing the Champions Trophy.