Eoin Morgan, who captained England to the 2019 World Cup title, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
Eoin Morgan may be England’s all-time leading run-scorer in ODI and T2oI cricket, but the World Cup’s winner game-changing impact on the team was measured in more than just figures.
England’s World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan has retired from international cricket with immediate effect.
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England’s T20 World Cup captain Eoin Morgan says there’s only so much they can do as a team in the fight against racism.
England captain Eoin Morgan says he would be willing to drop himself at the T20 World Cup if he cannot turn around his poor form.
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England captain Eoin Morgan has hinted at a possible return for Alex Hales to the limited-overs team during their upcoming summer season.
Limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan isn’t entirely optimistic about Alex Hales’ chances of returning to the England teams for their summer season, following his 21-day ban last year for the use of recreational drugs.
England skipper Eoin Morgan has heaped praise on opening batsman Jason Roy for his destructive batting display, despite narrowly going down to South Africa by one run on Wednesday, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
England strolled to a seven-wicket victory against Sri Lanka in the third ODI thanks to captain Eoin Morgan’s half-century in a rain-affected encounter.
England’s ODI captain Eoin Morgan and Test captain Joe Root put a strong Sri Lanka Board XI to the sword as they led their team to an emphatic 43-run victory on the DLS method.
Eoin Morgan reflects on what went wrong in their loss to India whilst interacting with the press at Old Trafford.
Australia’s new dawn was plunged into darkness when they were beaten by 242 runs by a rampant record-breaking England in the third ODI, at Nottingham.
The new-look Australian team under Tim Paine were exposed by the spin of Moeen Ali and the pace of Liam Plunkett to lose the first ODI by three wickets.