Eoin Morgan announces retirement from England,s ODI and T20 captain.

Eoin Morgan retairment

England men’s ODI and T20 captain Eoin Morgan has confirmed his retirement from international cricket. He resigned as England’s top run-scorer and most capped player in both white ball formats and was the only person to lead the team to success in the ODI World Cup.

Morgan said he realized this during a tour of the Netherlands this month, where he batted twice without a run, then he spoke to England men’s managing director Rob Key and new white ball coach Matthew Mott.

“I’ve been very busy with former players about when they stopped and how it happened and how the transition worked. And everyone told a man that there is a time and a place where it hits you,” Morgan told Sky Sports News. “Or there was another general answer, you know, you woke up and you know, and that moment came to me in Amsterdam.

I am glad, I was in a good enough place. To understand that feeling and be well aware of what that means and What that means is, for the England white ball team that I have led so far and me and my personal life.

“The day it hit me was a very sad day, we have reached the end of a special journey. But since that day I have been incredibly proud and satisfied and English cricket is excited to move forward. The last month and a half has been positive not just for our group, but for the Test group.” A lot has been decided by the way, two new coaches and a new red ball captain. And the way both sides play is incredible. So now that I’m sitting, as a fan, I’m incredibly excited. ”

“The day it hit me was a very sad day, we reached the end of a special journey. But from that day on I was incredibly proud and satisfied and excited to move on to English cricket. The last month and a half. Not just for our group, but for the Test group. Positive. ” Much has been decided, with two new coaches and a new red ball captain. And the way the two teams play is incredible. So now that I’m sitting, as a fan, I’m incredibly excited. ”

Morgan was initially restricted by Ireland before the allegiance change in 2009. In addition to representing England 340 times in limited-overs internationals, Morgan scored two centuries in 16 Tests between 2010 and 2012.

“After careful consideration and deliberation, I have come to announce my immediate retirement from international cricket,” Morgan said in a statement to the ECB. “Undoubtedly it was not an easy decision to say time was the happiest and most fruitful chapter of my career, but I believe now is the right time to do it, for me, personally and for both England.”

“The day it hit me was a very sad day, we reached the end of a special journey. But from that day on I was incredibly proud and satisfied and excited to move on to English cricket. The last month and a half. Not just for our group, but for the Test group. Positive. ” Much has been decided, with two new coaches and a new red ball captain. And the way the two teams play is incredible. So now that I’m sitting, as a fan, I’m incredibly excited. ”

Morgan was initially restricted by Ireland before the allegiance change in 2009. In addition to representing England 340 times in limited-overs internationals, Morgan scored two centuries in 16 Tests between 2010 and 2012.

“After careful consideration and deliberation, I have come to announce my immediate retirement from international cricket,” Morgan said in a statement to the ECB. “Undoubtedly it was not an easy decision to say time was the happiest and most fruitful chapter of my career, but I believe now is the right time to do it, for me, personally and for both England.”

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