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England did not linger in Pakistan. Six hours after the last ball of the last match at the Gaddafi Stadium, they were on their way again, some back to London, the rest to Perth where they play Australia on Sunday. Only the head coach, Matthew Mott, and a handful of others stayed behind.
He is part of a group flying on Tuesdaybecause the travel logistics were so tricky that the ECB could not get everyone on one plane. Mott has plenty to get on with in the meantime, picking over the bones of England’s 4-3 victory, England’s first in a T20 series since he took over, and planning their T20 World Cup campaign.
Written by Andy Bull in Lahore
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