I don’t care who we play in the semis: Collingwood
England captain Paul Collingwood is not concerned about the opponents in the last four of the World Twenty20.cricket Updated: May 12, 2010 01:17 IST
England captain Paul Collingwood is not concerned about the opponents in the last four of the World Twenty20.
“We all know we haven’t won an ICC trophy. In the semis, and if we get through to the final, I won't be bothered who we're playing. Winning would be an exceptional effort,” said Collingwood.
“I'm just absolutely delighted to get through to the semis. Who we play doesn't really matter. All the teams that are in the semis now are very, very strong and we've got to keep this belief and momentum going,” he said.
Collingwood said the team is riding high on confidence as they are just two matches away from winning a World Cup.
“We've got two games and we could win a World Cup. The confidence is sky high and we're all very excited to be in this position. If we want to go all the way, it's going to take a team effort. We'll all have to put our hands up at certain points. With Swann) and Broad coming in (to bat), even after Bresnan, we've got a strong line-up.”
First Published: May 12, 2010 01:14 IST