England's World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan has been suffering from injury and off-form for some time. For that reason, it was speculated that he might relinquish his leadership of the England cricket team. You can also say goodbye to international cricket.
Eventually that rumor came true. After nearly seven-and-a-half years as captain, the captain of England's ODI and T20 teams has said goodbye to international cricket.
England won the ODI World Cup for the first time in 2019 with the help of Eoin Morgan. They have reached the final three times before but could not taste the title.
He has played the most ODIs and T20I matches for England and has also scored the most runs.
Morgan, 35, wanted to play in this year's T20 World Cup and lead England. But constant off-form and fitness issues have thrown him into great anxiety. That is why he suddenly announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. However, he has decided to keep playing domestic franchise cricket.
Since taking over the leadership of white-ball cricket in England in 2014, he has revolutionized English cricket in both ODI and T20 formats. Not only that, after many attempts, they won the World Cup in 2019 under the leadership of Morgan.
In a very short time, England became irresistible in small format cricket and started building 300-plus scores regularly. Sometimes they score 400 plus. Following this came the World Cup victory in 2019.
England played 127 ODIs under Morgan. Won 76. Lost 40.