LONDON - The England skipper watched with mounting disappointment as his side gave away wickets and slipped to a 75-runs defeat. But he insisted England will learn from their mistakes and bounce back in the second encounter of the four-match series at Old Trafford on Friday. "We are striving to become the best side we can be but naive is the word. You don't mind getting bowled out sometimes but we played too many bad shots," said Cook. "You could see what they were trying to do and we fell into that trap.”