The England team has registered them to a disgracing defeat in 45-run in the hands of the Netherlands in Chittagong, which has ruled them out of the contest now. Former England captains Michael Vaughan and Michael Atherton have made an analysis of the opprobrious defeat of that side.

The England team got washed away in just 88 runs with more than two overs to spare when they began to reply Netherlands’ 133 for five. With this down through England ended their hopeless and ruthful tour program as there is no opportunity for them to get scrolled in the semis of the tournament today.

Previously they lost the Ashes series in Australia, incapable to win a single Test match amid five.  

Former batsman Vaughan has posted on the social networking site, Twitter, early in the match on Monday, “I have a feeling that this could be an equivocal and the unpropitious day for the team.” Subsequently it has become viably not so serious, worse than Vaughan’s prediction even. Just three batsmen could register runs more than ten. Ravi Bopara hit the highest run and that is an unfruitful 18 including only four boundaries and no sixes.

When England got concluded on the 18th over with a slapstick run out, Vaughan posted on Twitter, “That sums it up….. #Garbage.”

This setback against the Dutch is worse than that of England’s loss to the non-Test Netherlands at the 2009 World Twenty20, because the jolt has reached to the last ball in some ways.

Bringing up to the match and the mediocrity with their traditional bright orange colored shirts that has been gone in for England this competition, Atherton said: “(England has been) tangoed again. Unbelievable.”

“This is a squad that is totally shot of confidence,” the former opener added. “This has instantly been a six-month period, from the commencement of the Ashes… And this is a team absolutely devoid of faith. This was bad – total disintegration in the Ashes, and a lack of improvement in the one-day game as well.”

The fellow Sky pundit of Atherton and as an ex-Lancashire, England opening batsman and former England coach David Lloyd expressed his view scornfully about England’s just finished formidable splash. He stated, “We have been diabolical all winter… We can’t run any worse than this. Brainless, shameful, totally unacceptable.”

Coach Ashley Giles is running short to adapt as the head coach after the stepping aside of Coach Andy Flower following the shellacking in the Ashes series and Monday’s dreadful defeat has poured on a little flesh out of the irons in the blast.