"I don't think I'm in a good state to make a decision at the moment, just simply that I haven't had a chance to get away from the madness."
"I won't look back and say I redeemed myself or anything like that - I'm an athlete and a cricketer and it's what we are paid to do."
"Anyone who knows Ben and who has played with him knows what an incredible person he is to have on your team."
"It's a very, very hollow feeling that you can play 100 overs and score the same amount of runs and still lose the game."
"I don't think I'll ever care about anything ever again. I don't really care what happens now in my career."
He pointed out Adil Rashid should have been on strike for the penultimate delivery with England needing four of the final two balls.
A tie in the super over meant that the World Cup winners were decided on the count of fours and sixes struck which led to England lifting the trophy
Both sides finished on 15 in super over so England won due to a tie-break rule because they hit the most boundaries.
"All the hard work over that four years to get here and we're champions of the world. It's an amazing feeling."
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