Jun 25, 4 years ago

“I’ve never quit on anything. I believe I’m the right man for the job.” – Alastair Cook, England Captain

England v Sri Lanka: 2nd Investec Test - Day Four
ALASTAIR Cook insisted he has no intention of resigning the England captaincy following the team’s last minutue loss to Sri Lanka in the second Test at Headingley.

Cook has scored only 601 runs in his past 24 innings and has been criticised from many past cricket captains for England’s poor tactics in the field.

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