Trevor Bayliss says he is still the right man to coach England despite the resounding Ashes defeat in Australia.
Australia's innings-and-41-run win in Perth gave them an unassailable 3-0 lead and regained the urn for the home side at the earliest opportunity.
"I think our performances have been pretty good over the past couple of years," said Bayliss, 54.
"It's for people above my pay grade to make that decision, so we'll leave it up to them."
When asked if he thought he was still the man for the job, the Australian responded: "I think I am, you might think I'm not."
Sources : news24
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