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London: Despite retaining the Ashes England needs to bring in huge changes to achieve its dream of becoming the best team in the world, feels Australian spin legend Shane Warne.
“It is a realistic aim because they have improved a lot over the last 12 months thanks to the management of Andy Flower. But you have to look at English cricket as a big cake,” Warne wrote in The Telegraph.
“Lots of different ingredients have gone in to making it what it is now and a few have to be added to give it the extra bit of spice to make it the best in the world,” he added.
Warne feels it is important to bring some changes in the format of the English county cricket to produce more quality players, which will boost its dream of becoming the world number one team.
“English cricket must not rest on its laurels. Now is the time to make big changes to ensure it gets to the top,” he added. — PTI
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