Harry Brook says it’s disappointing after World Cup rejection


Harry Brook said that Obviously, it’s disappointing but I can’t do anything about it now. You’ve just got to move on.

Harry Brook on missing the World Cup

“Obviously it’s disappointing but I can’t do anything about it now,”. Harry Brook said. “You’ve just got to move on. I’m trying not to think about it anymore.

“I’ve not had much conversation with Matthew [Mott] or Jos [Buttler]. They said with Stokesy coming back I was probably going to miss out this time. He is one of the best players to ever play cricket, so I can’t really complain, can I?

Harry Brook further added that

I feel like I’m playing well at the minute and feel I could potentially add value to the team. [But] there’s always something more you could do.”

“I haven’t had much opportunity to play one-day cricket, whether that be for Yorkshire or England,” Brook said, “and although I’ve played a lot of T20 cricket, I don’t know if I’ve done as well as I have in the past in the last six months, so that might have had an effect.”. Harry Brook concludes

Jofra Archer on Harry’s ommission

“I didn’t even realise that Brooky was not there… that’s just got me a bit stunned,” Archer said

Kevin Pietersen explains his reaction to the incident

“I’m absolutely flabbergasted that he cannot make England’s World Cup squad,” Pietersen said on Sky Sports. “Flabbergasted. Because he is pure quality. I just cannot believe it.”

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