Eoin Morgan announced his retirement from international cricket

    The former English captain, Eoin Morgan earlier announced that he was going to confirm it, and he did the same on Tuesday. Eoin Morgan stepped down as the captain of the England’s white ball cricket team, where he served in this position for more than seven years. The Irish born, English cricketer, spearheaded the Three Lions in the white-ball cricket since their dismissal failure 7 years back at 2015 from the Cricket World Cup, and took the team to some tremendous heights.

    Among the greatest feats that he gifted team England are, making them number one in oday day international as well as T20s. And the biggest gift that he gifted England as well as his person feat his receiving the 50-over World Cup in 2019, where he lead his team towards victory.

    Another great thing about Eoin Morgan is that, he was the captain of England in three occasions when the team registered their individual highest as well as the all-over highest ODI scores of all time, and the last one came a few weeks ago in England’s tour of Netherland, where the registered the highest total of all-time, i.e., 498 for 4 wickets, under the captaincy of Eoin Morgan.

    Eoin Morgan in this regard

    The 35-year-old Morgan said in this regard that – to call time on what has been without a dbout the most enjoyable as well as rewarding chapter of his career, has not been an easy decision. But he believes that now is the right time to do the same both for him, personally and for England white-ball sides, he led to this point.

    Besides the feats to which Eoin Morgran has led his English team, he was also the captain during the 2016 Twenty-20 World Cup, where he took England to the finals, and was also the part of the team when they won their first title in 2010.

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