England appointed Trevor Bayliss As head coach today in 2015.

Bayliss managed an Ashes series victory at home in his first summer in office, before focusing on more than 50 games culminating in a World Cup victory at Lord’s four years later.

This Australian He took over the national team from Peter Moores, who was sacked after his poor performance at that year’s World Cup.

Former Sri Lankan coach beats competition from ex-Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespiethen in charge of Yorkshire county champions to get the role.

“It is an honor to be appointed as England coach,” Bayliss said at the time. “I wholeheartedly believe that the team has a bright future.

“It was good enough being asked to be shortlisted – it’s an incredible feeling to be successful and get it, it’s a great opportunity and an opportunity I’ve been looking forward to.”

The appointment came to fruition as England played a refreshing brand of cricket under the captain. Eoin Morganfor the first time men over 50 to become world champions triumphed on their own soil.

They beat New Zealand in a classic final to Super Over at Lord’s.

On the test front, England’s fortunes fluctuated during Bayliss’ tenure, and they gave up on the Ashes after a 4-0 loss to Australia Down Under in 2017-18.

Bayliss resigned after the Ashes series, which was pulled home in the summer of 2019.