Hussain hits out at England
Nasser Hussain labelled England's batting performance "dreadful" after Stuart Broad's side crumbled to another wretched loss in Australia.
Former England captain Hussain believes the team have proven themselves to be too fallible in front of hostile crowds.
And following Australia's eight-wicket win at the MCG in Melbourne, that tied up victory in the Twenty20 series, Hussain questioned the mentality of the players representing England, and their ability to function out of their comfort zone.
Critical of the batting performance, that saw England restricted to 130 for nine in 20 overs, Hussain was taken aback at England's failure to impose themselves on Australia's attack.
He said: "Their most experienced bowler was Glenn Maxwell, 13 games he's bowled in. (Josh) Hazlewood 10 , (Nathan) Coulter-Nile four, Brad Hodge has bowled in one game, Cameron White four.
"We're not talking about the best bowling line-up ever and they got 130 on a flat pitch, with a scary batting line-up, the skipper described them as. That wasn't scary that was dreadful."
Former Australia all-rounder Greg Blewett portrayed England as a team with no direction.
"They looked out of control. The whole batting innings just looked out of control," Blewett said.
Hussain insisted it was not a problem limited to batting.
He added on Sky Sports: "I've thought on this tour that England have lost the feel, the touch of this game.
"Stuart Broad talking about how we've averaged 180. There seem to be lot of stats thrown at you.
"How about having a bit of gut feel for the game?"
Hussain suggested England's batsmen formulate game plans suitable for venues, and reasoned the team should be more versatile in all departments.
"You're playing for your country and you've got to read conditions and think, 'Today I've going to be something different'," Hussain said.
"They're going too much on stats, too much on pigeon-holing people - 'This is what he does, this is what you do'. The players themselves have got to think on their feet and start working out... what's a good score, how should I bowl, where should I field, which fielder should I pick out."
The omission of Ben Stokes from England's T20 squad has raised eyebrows, considering the success he has enjoyed on tour.
"England haven't lost this series because Ben Stokes was not in it," Hussain said. "There have been some odd selections and Stokes should have played. But let's not build Stokes up as this great cricketer who's going to turn everything around for England."
It runs deeper than personnel, according to Hussain, with England's whole approach in question.
"Take responsibility for your own game and don't get wrapped up in the atmosphere," Hussain said.
"I do believe what I've seen of England when there's a big crowd, big atmosphere, quite a hostile crowd ... Champions Trophy, India - big Indian contingent and they crumbled - Brisbane, Adelaide, here, they're going to have to get used to playing in front of big crowds where not everybody supports you."