Eoin Morgan set to retire from international cricket - Reports

By Kaif - June 27, 2022 06:10 PM

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Eoin Morgan

Eoin, the captain who made the England cricket team the winner of the ODI World Cup Morgan may announce retirement from international cricket. Battling with constant injury and poor form, this stalwart has made up his mind to say goodbye to cricket. According to the information, he can announce his retirement this week.

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Tuesday 28 June can prove to be an important day in the history of England cricket. Captain Morgan, who won the team's World Cup title for the first time, can announce say goodbye to all formats of cricket. According to Sky Sports, he wanted to captain the team in the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia but the player, who has been struggling with fitness problems for the last 18 months, has spoken of giving this opportunity to someone else.

Who will be the next England captain

Morgan, who has been captaining the England cricket team for a long time in limited-overs, is about to leave this responsibility. It is reported that he is going to leave the captaincy of ODIs and T20s. At the same time, information is also being received about saying goodbye to his international cricket. Jos Buttler could be made the captain of the team in case Morgan leaves the captaincy or retires.

Jos Butler has been playing the role of the vice-captain of the team since 2015, so his becoming the captain is almost certain. In Morgan's absence, he has taken the responsibility of captaincy in 13 matches so far. At the same time, Moeen Ali is also in the race to become the captain.

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