Eoin Morgan quits…..

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Eoin Morgan, who retired from international cricket in 2022, has now quit franchise cricket. He give the statement recently and marks the end of his stint in franchise cricket.

Eoin Morgan, the former captain of England’s victorious 50-over World Cup team, has officially announced his retirement from all short-format franchise cricket. He made this announcement on Monday, less than a year after his retirement from international cricket in July 2022. Morgan had been playing in various short-format tournaments around the world.

In his statement, Morgan expressed his pride in retiring from cricket. And his gratitude to the sport for all it has given him over the years. The 36-year-old had captained London Spirit in the Hundred’s eliminator last year. He made appearances for New York Strikers in the Abu Dhabi T10 and Paarl Royals in the recently-concluded SA20. However, after much consideration, he feels that now is the right time to step away from the game.

Eoin Morgan, who made his England debut in 2006 and played his last short-format franchise cricket match for Paarl Royals in SA20, expressed his fondness for cricket and the many experiences it has given him. He thanked cricket for the opportunity to travel around the world and meet amazing people, many of whom have become lifelong friends.

The left-handed middle-order batsman played 248 ODIs, scoring 7,701 runs, and 115 T20 Internationals, scoring 2,458 runs. Morgan was also part of England’s victorious 2010 T20 World Cup squad, playing every game in the tournament. Although he played in only 16 Tests between 2010 and 2012, he scored 700 runs from them.

Morgan also mention that he will continue to be involve with the sport by working as a commentator and pundit for international and franchise tournaments. He expressed that while he will miss the challenges and adventures of playing professional cricket, he looks forward to spending more time with his loved ones.

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