Mumbai: Disappointed England skipper Alastair Cook on Sunday expressed his frustration after his team's fourth successive loss to India in the ODI series but felt that it was not because of lack of effort from his players.
Cook said his players could not execute their plans and failed to convert their starts to big scores and it lead to their six-wicket defeat to India in the fourth ODI at the Wandheke stadium on Sunday.
"It's quite frustrating. We have not performed at the level we had done recently. We can't fault training, effort or desire or commitment. We are performing anywhere near to what we can do," said Cook after his side slumped to a six-wicket defeat at the Wankhede Stadium.