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England batter Jos Buttler said that they haven’t done justice to themselves following their loss against Australia in the ongoing ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Australia beat England by 33 runs at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad to knock them out of the tournament.

Speaking after the match, Buttler said it’s a low point for the England team, insisting that they haven’t done justice to themselves with their performances. Defending champions England became the second team after Bangladesh to be knocked out of the 2023 World Cup.

“I feel like I'm having the same chat after every game. It's certainly a low point for us and definitely as a captain to give very high hopes and then to be in this position, hurts a lot. We haven't done ourselves justice, coming into the tournament and it's incredibly tough to reach those highs



again and we feel bad for the people who support us at home through thick and thin,” said Buttler.

He went on to say that his won form has been one of the biggest concerns for England in the World Cup. Buttler was dismissed after scoring 1 run in Ahmedabad. The England skipper has scored just 136 runs in eight matches in the 2023 World Cup.

“I wanted to be positive and felt that was the right shot to play and throw something back to the opposition. My own form has been one of the biggest concerns, the pivotal role I play for the team and my dip in form has really hurt us especially with the touch I was in coming into the tournament,” Buttler added.

Following their loss against Australia, England will turn their attention towards the Netherlands, with the two sides set to clash at the MCA Stadium in Pune on November 8.
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