England Vice Captain James Anderson who addressed the Press after losing the final test by an innings and 123 runs said England are currently on the right path and they don't have to over think anything right now.
Anderson has experienced two 5-0 Whitewashes in his career. Speaking to the media, he said, "We are improving and we have definitely made progress. This series loss shouldn't be made a big deal. We played some competitive Cricket and we were not sitting ducks every time.
Every game has gone down to the wire. The only thing we need to address is on handling the pressure situations with the bat or the ball. That's where Aussies were ahead of us. Ask any team captain, it (Australia) is not an easy place to play."
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