Eoin Morgan Said Goodbye to International Cricket

England World Cup Winner Eoin Morgan Said Goodbye to International Cricket

In June 2022, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced that Ian Morgan would no longer play international cricket. After six months, this time Eoin Morgan himself said goodbye to international cricket. Eoin Morgan announced his retirement through a press release on Monday.

Morgan also played for Ireland before playing for England. Morgan made his ODI debut for Ireland in 2006. However, Morgan started playing for England in 2009. After England lost the 2015 World Cup, Morgan was handed the reins of the team. Since then, the England team has changed its attacking style of play. Take the team to new heights.

Under the leadership of Morgan, England won the World Cup title in one-day cricket in 2019. Besides, England is number one in T20 and ODI formats. Under the leadership of Morgan, England has defeated almost all the big teams in the world. The team won 60 percent of the matches played under his leadership.

Morgan has played 16 Tests on the international stage. Where his number of runs with the bat is 700 runs. He has two hundred. And Morgan played 248 matches in ODI cricket and collected 7701 runs. Where there are 14-century innings. Morgan scored 2458 runs in 115 T20 matches for the country.

Not only England, Morgan also led the Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. He did not get the last IPL team. Morgan was not getting back his form in cricket for quite some time. Morgan did not have a place in England’s announced team for the tour of Bangladesh.

Announcing Morgan’s retirement, England Cricket Board chief executive Rob Key said, “A great cricketer and captain like Morgan changed the game. He changed a generation. Morgan also has an influence on how the next generation will play. At the same time, Morgan will have an impact on England cricket in the days to come.”