harry brook “Trying Not To Think About” his fault from the provisional of england 15 man squad For the upcoming World Cup in India and hope to “move on” from the disappointment as soon as possible.

Brook was expected to find a place in the team after an impressive start to his international career across all formats, but was dropped due to Ben Stokes’ decision. to reverse his retirement From ODIs onwards, England have been favoring experience over youth.

speak after kill 44 off 24 balls In the Northern Superchargers’ defeat to the London Spirit at Lord’s on Friday night, Brook suggested he could have done more in the last six months to push his case – and his lack of List A experience could have put him at a disadvantage Is.

Brooke said, “Obviously it’s disappointing but there’s nothing I can do about it right now.” “You just have to move on. I’m trying not to think about it anymore.

“I haven’t had much conversation with Matthew [Mott] or jose [Buttler], He said that I will probably miss this time with Stoxy coming back. He’s one of the best players to have ever played cricket, so I really can’t complain, can I?

“I think I’m playing well at the moment and I think I can potentially add value to the team. [But] You can always do something else.”

Brook has played only three ODIs for England – all of them against South Africa in early 2023 – and last played a 50-over game for Yorkshire in 2019, with the domestic competition clashing with the Hundred in the last three seasons. Was staying

Brook said, “I didn’t get much chance to play one-day cricket, whether it was for Yorkshire or England.” And though I have played a lot of T20 cricket, I don’t know if I have played or not. As I have done before in the last six months as well, so it can have an effect.”

Brook’s omission has puzzled pundits since the team was announced. Jofra Archer, who works for the BBC, learned live on-air before the Southern Braves played Birmingham Phoenix on Thursday night that Brook was not part of the provisional World Cup squad. Archer said, “I didn’t realize that Brookie wasn’t there … It took me a bit by surprise.”

Meanwhile, Kevin Pietersen said that he would have picked Brooke ahead of David Malan, suggesting that Malan would not be suitable to play in the sub-continent. Pietersen said on Sky Sports, “I am absolutely surprised that he could not make England’s World Cup squad.” “Amazed. Because he is pure quality. I can’t believe it.”

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