England skipper Eoin Morgan said on Tuesday the team’s ability to “forge on” despite injury blows at the T20 World Cup kept them positive ahead of the semi-final against New Zealand.
In-form opener Jason Roy and pace bowler Tymal Mills are the latest injury pullouts from an England squad that came into the tournament without star men Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer.
Roy injured his calf in the team’s only loss in the Super 12 stage as England finished the group top and take on the Kiwis in the first final-four clash on Wednesday.
“He’s played integral parts in our two previous World Cup campaigns. So very similarly to other guys that have been injured or have missed the tournament through injury,” Morgan told reporters on the eve of the clash in Abu Dhabi.
“Other guys have found something else within themselves to either try and fill that gap or contribute in a different way to the team.
“I think of all the things we’ve done well throughout this tournament that are probably the strongest point has been the resilience within our squad to be able to find a way to move forward and forge on.”
Morgan however refused to reveal…