England’s team is a “sinking ship” and players need to “take responsibility” for a poor World Cup, says former captain Eoin Morgan.
“At the moment, it’s a sinking ship and you need people to take responsibility,” said Morgan.
The holders, who faced the Netherlands on Wednesday, cannot make the semi-finals after six losses in seven games.
Before the Netherlands match in Pune, assistant coach Carl Hopkinson spoke to the media – a role usually taken by the captain.
England’s team has struggled throughout their time in India, with their only victory coming against Bangladesh in their second game.
Defeat by Australia on Saturday mathematically ended the defence of the title won in 2019 when Morgan was captain.