Eoin Morgan always had faith from day one, reveals Adil Rashid

Adil Rashid of England crouches with his arms stretched wide as he appeals successfully for the wicket of Marcus Stoinis of Australia during the Semi Final match

Adil Rashid of England crouches with his arms stretched wide as he appeals successfully for the wicket of Marcus Stoinis of Australia during the Semi Final match

Meanwhile, Waugh also mentioned that it is England's clash with New Zealand in the World Cup final which will test their character. Having drubbed New Zealand by 119 runs in Durham in the league stages, England will start as overwhelming favourites in the final, but Morgan thinks otherwise.

But Rashid retained his place in the side and that faith was rewarded when he produced his best figures of the tournament, 3-54, in England's eight-wicket thrashing of reigning champions Australia in Thursday's semi-final at Edgbaston - a haul that included a googly which did for Marcus Stoinis. By getting to the final, England have assured the match will be screened on free-to-air television in Britain - the first time this has happened for one of their major home fixtures since the 2005 Ashes series.

Things were looking completely different for England following shock defeats against Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Asked if this was the team's best show in recent years after dominating white-ball cricket, Morgan said: "I think close to".

"I think we did (embrace it), absolutely".

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"We have created the opportunity to play in a World Cup final".

"There are going to be games where you don't go well, that's part and parcel of cricket but he always has the confidence that I can do a job". In 2015 we were way off the mark, we struggled against the top teams, and the teams that sat below that, so there was quite a drastic change in the way we played and the way we looked at playing our 50-over cricket. "It will be a matter of the same again trying to produce everything that we can performance-wise but enjoy the day".

Morgan was all praise for his bowling attack that includes the likes of Chris Woakes and Jofra Archer.

"Before the shoulder problem, I was confident bowling everything". I knew I still had to bowl it even if I was in a bit of pain.

"They will be a hard side to beat on Sunday, so we are looking forward to it", he said. "We signed it, absolutely everybody signed it, and basically said thank you and the messages and sent a picture and that will be going back to the European Central Bank offices at the end of the tournament", Morgan revealed.

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