England captain Eoin Morgan on Friday, promulgated the necessity for payers to take responsibility for England’s colossal carnage in the World Cup and rendered it unfair to put all the blame on coach Peter Moores.
England terminated their time in New Zealand with a vapid win over minnows Afghanistan, but it was only a consolation to the disastrous world cup campaign that they endured.
He also emerged in support of the under-fire England coach Peter Moore, after a lot of vitriol was directed at him by the media and pundits, calling the game a team game and highlighting the necessity of accepting the failure to perform as a side.
He also mentioned that he liked leading the team and would prefer perpetuating his responsibilities as captain, although he was unsure if the board would decide in favour of it, the job he was bestowed with last year when Alastair Cook was dropped from the side.
He also underlined the obsolete jettisoning of players would lead nowhere as the team entailed no dearth of talent but failed to click as an unit.
Eoin Morgan believed in introspecting and discovering the weaknesses and loopholes in England’s game plan and fixing them before the upcoming Ashes series.
Eoin Morgan also attributed the lackluster performance to a series of reprehensible days also saying that the days they clicked, they performed reasonably well.
Morgan also experienced a slump in form with the bat himself during the tournament but is leaving with absolutely no regrets