England vs India ODIs: Lot of Improvement to Do, Says Alastair Cook After Cardiff Defeat

England can always take heart from the Test loss at Lord's and the 3-1 series win thereafter. English skipper Alastair Cook also said that 'tomorrow is another day'.

updated: August 28, 2014 13:26 IST
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Cook accepted the batting and bowling failure but took some positives out of the loss.

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Cardiff: The 133-run loss against India in the second one-dayer has left Alastair Cook frustrated and the England skipper said his teammates will have to improve their game immensely to bounce back in the five-match series.

"If we play like that we're not going to win many games of cricket," said Cook after his team was dismissed for 161 while chasing a revised target of 295 from 47 overs at Sophia Gardens on Wednesday.

"However, the talent in the changing room is there and we've got a lot of improvement to do. We didn't play very well, and we've paid for that today," he said. (Also Read: Happy Days are Here Again, Says Dhoni)

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