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England's dismal showing at the World Cup proved once and for all how far they have fallen behind the other test-playing nations in one-day cricket, but it should have come as no surprise.While teams like Australia, India, New Zealand and South Africa regularly post scores of 350-400, England still try to nudge and nurdle the ball around for 40 overs before launching a desperate late assault.The English seam bowling attack is toothless and lacking in guile, powerless to stem the flow of boundaries, and results at the World Cup have been embarrassing.They lost by 111 runs to Australia, by eight wickets to New Zealand and by nine wickets to Sri Lanka, all completely one-sided mismatches in which England were outplayed in every aspect of the game.
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