Not time to panic: Morgan
England captain Eoin Morgan insisted there was no reason to panic even after his team suffered a second humiliating loss at the World Cup.
England could hardly have made a worse start to the sport's most important tournament, losing by 111 runs to Australia last weekend then suffering an embarrassing eight wicket loss to New Zealand on Friday.
But Morgan said things were not as bad as they seemed and he urged England's growing band of critics to keep faith with the players. "Certainly you don't want to get into a state of panic where we make three or four changes in one day," he said.