Don't rest on laurels, says Andy Flower

“There is still a lot of room for improvement for us in all sectors of the game and in all three forms of the game,” he said.

Flower said the Twenty20 World Cup would stand the players in good stead as it would instill self-belief in them. “I think one of the greatest things that will come from this win is the self-belief that it will create in our dressing room,” he said.

“I don’t think that could be a veneer thing, self-belief. It’s borne of hard work and the guys have put in the hard work, both the support staff and the players, and now it’s starting to bear fruit,” Flower was quoted as saying by Press Association.

“The guys have played a superb brand of the game, very attacking. They’ve showed a lot of intelligence and nous, and adapted very well to different conditions,” he added.
Flower praised Paul Collingwood for his leadership. “Collingwood led the side very well. He brought some of that Twenty20 experience from the IPL, and used that to mould a very effective bowling attack.”

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