ICC World Twenty20: Stuart Broad looks for new England era after tough winter

England's miserable winter ended with ICC World Twenty20 exit in Chittagong. South Africa beat England by three runs to knock the 2010 champions out of the tournament.

updated: March 31, 2014 12:55 IST
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Chittagong: Stuart Broad looked forward to a new England era after a miserable winter ended with ICC World Twenty20 exit in Chittagong on Saturday. England went down by three runs in a pulsating Super-10 stage Group One match against South Africa, going out of the semi-final race after two defeats in three matches.

That ended a frustrating winter for England who lost the coveted Ashes in Australia, a whitewash which turned acrimonious with the axing of key batsman Kevin Pietersen. "It's going to be a new era of English cricket, isn't it? It has been a tough winter," admitted Broad. (Match report)

"We've been away a huge amount of time so there is some fantastic opportunities available for players in the summer."

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