London: Concerned about England's deteriorating performance in the one-dayers after a 0-5 whitewash in India, former captain Michael Vaughan said if Alastair Cook's men want to be the best team in ODIs, they have to play consistently on slow and turning pitches.
"It is always harder to play away from home but England have to lose their short-sighted vision of playing on green wickets in this country," said Vanghan.
"Look at results this year. Away from home we have lost 6-1 to Australia, been beaten by Bangladesh and Ireland during the World Cup, and now lost 5-0 in India. Our overall result against Sri Lanka and India in the summer was 6-2, but the scores only tell a certain story."