Lyth vows to bounce back

"I'm good enough to come back and do well in international cricket"

“I’m good enough to come back and do well in international cricket”

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England opener Adam Lyth has vowed to “come back stronger” after he was dropped for the national team’s upcoming tour of the United Arab Emirates, where they will play Pakistan.

Lyth’s downfall came during the recent Ashes series against Australia, during which he only managed to score 115 runs at a dismal average of 12.77.

As a result of his less than impressive performance, Lyth was snubbed for the series against Pakistan in favour of Alex Hales.

“The highs were getting my England cap and the hundred against New Zealand but the latter part of the season has been tough,” he told Sky Sports. “But that’s the way it goes but I’ll come back stronger.

“Massively disappointed I won’t be facing Pakistan.┬áBut I believe I’m good enough to come back and do well in international cricket. That’s my goal going forward.”

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