After a horrific end to England’s World Cup campaign in 2015, authorities took a lesson and revamped their white-ball cricket to an extent that they now sit as top contenders for the upcoming edition of the World Cup.
Jason Roy is one of the biggest names of the overhauling model as the destructive batsman was installed in the national team to repeat his domestic belligerence. The 27-year old cricketer didn’t disappoint as he played a pivotal role in making England win some memorable contests.
Having done all the good work, the Durban born doesn’t want to miss the opportunity to bag the first 50-over global title for England. The red-ball woes of the national team have also pushed Roy’s case of playing the Ashes later this summer but he reiterated that his focus is currently on the mega-event.
Sharing his views on the forthcoming World Cup, the flamboyant striker said that playing Ashes is a dream of many cricketers but right now his eyes are glued to the 50-over tournament as he aims to deliver strongly.