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England's Chris Jordan not leaving World Cup with "best memories"

England bowler Chris Jordan admits that he is not going to leave the World Cup with the "best memories" after the team signed off with a win against Afghanistan.

England bowler Chris Jordan has admitted that he will not be leaving the World Cup with the "best memories".

Peter Moores's side ended their campaign with a nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in a rain-affected final Pool A clash.

England picked up just two wins out of six, but Jordan is looking at the positives after being named man of the match for taking 2-13 against Afghanistan.

"It's nice to pick up this award," Jordan told Sky Sports News. 'It swung around and Jimmy and Broady set the tone, so I'm grateful.

"I've not got the best memories of this World Cup, but any time you put on an England shirt you've got to enjoy it. Hopefully we can come back stronger next time."

England have closed their tournament fifth in the standings.

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England coach Peter Moores talks to the media during a press conference at Adelaide Oval on March 8, 2015
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