Eoin Morgan

England recall Morgan, Hales for ODI, T20 series in India; Duckett misses out

England recall Morgan, Hales for ODI, T20 series in India; Duckett misses out

Mumbai [India] Dec. 6 : Limited over skipper Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales have made a comeback to the England side for One-Day International (ODI) and T20 series against India which start next month.

Both Morgan and Hales had opted out of England's tour of Bangladesh over security concerns. Wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler led the team in that tour, which featured three ODIs and two Tests.

England batting mainstay Joe Root, who was rested for the ODI series against Bangladesh, has also returned while Ben Duckett, Steven Finn and James Vince have not been included in either of the squads.

Morgan claims will never underestimate 'all-rounder' Ali

Morgan claims will never underestimate 'all-rounder' Ali

London, Feb 24 : England cricket team captain Eoin Morgan has claimed that he would never underestimate batting all-rounder Moeen Ali, who is improving at a rapid rate with both bat and ball, as a player.

Morgan hailed the contribution of the left-hander after Ali smashed a brilliant century, finishing on 128, and then took two wickets with the ball in his side's 119-run win over Scotland, their first of the ongoing 2015 World Cup.

England's much-needed win came on the back of two heavy defeats by Australia and New Zealand in the World Cup, the Daily Express reported.

England would now face Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday, and they need to keep their winning momentum going if they want to avoid an early exit in the tournament.

KKR's Morgan in love with Indian food

Eoin-MorganKolkata, April 1 : Kolkata Knight Riders' (KKR) English import Eoin Morgan has fallen in love with Indian cuisine, so much so that he wants to try cooking himself.

"It is a beautiful country with beautiful people. The food here is fantastic just that it is little spicier. Though I have never tried, I would certainly like to try my hand at cooking Indian food," Morgan said at an event here.

Describing the Indian Premier League (IPL) as spicier than the food, the southpaw said playing the tourney has enabled foreign players adapt to the Indian conditions.

Morgan backs KP-like ambidextrous batsmen to rule in coming times

Morgan backs KP-like ambidextrous batsmen to rule in coming times London, Feb 8  : England batsman Eoin Morgan is convinced batsmen with the ability to bat with both right hand and left hand, like teammate Kevin Pietersen, are going to rule the world of cricket in coming times.

Morgan is a global pioneer of unorthodox stroke play with his array of reverse sweeps, ramps, scoops and dabs, and as the tourists prepare for Saturday's opening Twenty20 clash with New Zealand, teammate Jos Buttler has emerged as another incredible inventor of shots, the Sun reports.

Eoin Morgan’s ton leads England to win over Aussies in first ODI

Eoin Morgan’s ton leads England to win over Aussies in first ODIA very well compiled unbeaten century from the Irish player Eoin Morgan has propelled England to register a four-wicket victory over the Aussies in the first one-day international of the Natwest Series at Rose Bowl. Australia opted to bat first and managed to score 267-7 with a nice contribution from Michael Clarke of 87 from 97 balls. Except him no other batsman in the Australian team has clicked.




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