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Michael Vaughan admitted England are short of confidence following the 189-run defeat in the first Test in New Zealand.
Vaughan's men were bowled out for 110 on the final day at Seddon Park in pursuit of a victory target of 300.
"It's never nice to lose a game but to lose in that manner, and play the way we did - certainly on this last day - we really have to ask ourselves questions," Vaughan told Sky Sports.
"To get bowled out for 110 on that kind of pitch...We had every intention of batting well, getting wickets in hand, but when you lose four wickets with the batting order we have, we shouldn't be getting out like that, not on that kind of wicket.
"The positive thing from this game is we have only got three days until the next game. When you have a performance like this you want to get back on the park to try to put it right straight away. We have that opportunity in Wellington.
"We have to talk about what's gone wrong here. If there is a lack of confidence - which there seems to be in the team - we have to try to make sure we put it right over the next few days and try and play with a bit more freedom and confidence.
"The boys are absolutely gutted in the dressing room and they are the players that have got to put that right.
"When you lose the first one, you know you have to win the next two to win the series. Maybe that could be a good thing, we can just go out and play and try to play with our natural talent.
"You can do a lot of talking but at the end of the day it is down to the individuals to go out there and perform, and that's what we will be looking to do in the next game."
England coach Peter Moores also conceded that the hardest aspect to take was the nature of the performance.
"We all feel like we've let some people down, we wanted to play better," said Moores.
"So I think the key message I'd like to say is we are really bitterly disappointed and we've got two Tests to try to put that right and try to still win the series here in New Zealand."
Fast bowler Steve Harmison is almost certain to be axed for the second Test - which starts in Wellington on Thursday - after his disappointing performance in the series opener.
"We'll certainly look at it (team selection)," added Moores.
"We've got to make sure the side we put out there is competitive and ready to go. We'll let emotions settle down, wake up tomorrow and look at that team ready for Wellington."