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Eoin Morgan Set to Announce Retirement From Cricket

England Captain Eoin Morgan Set to Announce Retirement From Cricket

England Captain Eoin Morgan Set to Announce Retirement From Cricket

England World Cup winning captain Eoin Morgan Set to Announce Retirement From Cricket, according to various English media.

Eoin Morgan, the captain who led England to the 2019 ODI World Cup title, has been suffering from tight groin since the World Cup. Morgan, who has failed in one match after another, has not been left behind due to injury.

Morgan, who lost his form after the 2019 World Cup, led England to victory as captain, but he can’t find that edge at bat. Morgan played his third ODI against the Netherlands in a corporate match due to injury.

Since then, various English media outlets have raised questions about his dedication to the England team. Even reporting, you can retire. However, there are rumors about which format he will move away from if Eoin Morgan retires from international cricket.

Morgan’s retirement, however, will not put England in too much of a predicament. Joss Butler is ready to take his place as captain. The cricketer has been the co-captain of England since 2015. Not only that, the cricketer has already led in 13 matches in the absence of Morgan at different times.

There are also rumors about who will replace Joss Butler as captain if he fills his place. According to the English media, the cricketers in form in county cricket are ready to play in Morgan’s place at any moment.

Morgan has managed to cross the 50-run mark only twice in the last 26 matches for England in two editions. Also his injury problem is increasing day by day. All in all, England’s inability to serve the team has raised questions about his squad.

However, Morgan has given some answers to this question. In an interview before the tour of the Netherlands, Morgan said, “If I think I’m not good enough and I’m not comfortable with the team, I’ll say goodbye.”

Morgan scored 6956 runs in 225 ODIs for England, including 13 centuries. He has scored 2456 runs in 115 T20s. He has also played 16 Tests for England, scoring two centuries.

 


 

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