Eoin Morgan, who is set to return for the One-Day International (ODI) leg of England’s voyage through India, doesn’t mourn his choice of missing the voyage through Bangladesh in October this year on security grounds. Alex Hales was the other man to avoid the visit, in spite of Reg Dickson, England’s head of security giving the visit an approval.
Talking on the subject surprisingly, Morgan gave off an impression of being content with his choice, in spite of it drawing solid feedback from all quarters. Previous England captains, Nasser Hussain and Michael Vaughan were basic in their comments while addressing if the ODI captain was the ideal man to lead the side in troublesome circumstances.
“It was a difficult decision to make and I don’t think a lot of people would have made it, but I am certainly happy with the decision that I have made.
We’re a tightly-knit group who back each other’s decisions no matter what and in particular in this case where every decision for the individual was his own decision and whatever was right for him. Everyone within the game that I trust has supported me, including players past and current who I lean on for big decisions”
Morgan, who will play in the Big Bash League (BBL) before flying off to India, oozed certainty while talking about the regard and confidence he appreciates inside the group. He likewise emphasized that exclusive the group and the administration that mattered to him and not the “commotions” that radiate all things considered.