Eoin Morgan Announces retirement from International Cricket
Eoin Morgan, England’s white ball captain announced his retirement from international cricket. He lead England to their first 50 over World Cup win in 2019 against Newzeland in England. He scored 10,859 runs from 379 matches with highest score of 148 among all formats of the game.Eoin Morgan who is 35 year old recently struggled with form and fitness.
Eoin Morgan took the captaincy from Alaistair Cook changed the England white ball cricket after the early exit from 2015 world cup at the hands of Bangladesh. He lead England in 198 games. He lead them to the runners up in 2016 T20 world cup , Winners in 2019 50 over world Cup and semi finalist in 2022 T20 world Cup.
Morgan played for Ireland before he starts playing for England
Morgan said “After careful delibaration and consideration, I am here to announce my retirement from international cricket with immediate effect
“I have been lucky enough to play in two world cup winning teams, but I believe future for England white ball teams is brighter than ever. We have more experience, more strength and more depth than ever before. I look forward to watching on with huge level of excitement.
“To what lies ahead of me, I will continue enjoy playing at domestic level while I can. I am really looking forward to playing and captaining London spirit in the second edition of The Hundred this year”