The coach of England Cricket Team Trevor Bayliss has said that the expectations and the hopes of England fans should not be too high yet as they still need 2-3 years to become the World No.1 Test team and it was proved in the fourth test against South Africa.
England were leading the series 2-0 with one test left and they would have gained some important points in the rankings if they had won the series 3-0 but South African outclassed them in the last match and the hosts won by 280 runs in Centurion.
Bayliss said that they should learn a lesson from this loss which is a reminded that they should not relax and should not take the things easy because there is a lot of hard work to be done. He said that the loss was a kick up to the backside of the players.
The coach said that if there are too many expectations the hopes will be dashed and there will be extra pressure on the young team which is going through a rebuilding phase. England had lost the test series against Pakistan but will have a chance to take revenge in some months.