eoin morgan announces retirement england world cup winning captain eoin morgan retires from all form of cricket at an age of 36


Retirement of veteran who made England world champion
Said goodbye to all formats of cricket

New Delhi. All eyes were on the Women’s Premier League to be held in India on February 13, and shortly before that, England heard a shocking decision from its superstar. Superstar captain Eoin Morgan, who made England the world champion for the first time, considered the father of cricket, shared the information about saying goodbye to all formats of cricket on social media. A few months ago, he had said goodbye to international cricket.

Captain Eoin Morgan, who brought an aggressive game in the England team, has now announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. On 13 February 2023, on Twitter, he shared the information of saying goodbye to every format with everyone. The captain, who made the England team the ODI World Champion in 2019, said goodbye to international cricket in July last year. Now he has decided to completely stop his activism as a player from cricket.

Morgan played for two countries

Eoin Morgan is included in the list of lucky cricketers who got a chance to play international cricket for not one but two countries. He played the Under-19 World Cup for Ireland and started his career playing for this country. After this, Eoin Morgan got a place in the England team and then went on to captain in big tournaments like the World Cup. In 2019, England’s wait for the World Cup trophy also ended under Morgan’s captaincy.

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