Eoin Morgan, the name became a daily affair in cricket after the man became the first English captain to lift the World Cup in 2019 in England. A phenomenal captain with the attributes of a fine batsman has blended well in England’s cricket episodes. Morgan, 34, transited from Ireland to England, has a supreme cricket career.
Morgan has been the man behind England’s transformation as a team in limited-overs cricket. Ever since England humiliating drubbing in the 2015 World Cup, Eoin Morgan, and head coach Trevor Bayliss stuck to the same squad and developed an attacking brand of cricket that delivered the goods for England after four years.
So far, Morgan has represented the Three Lions in 16 Test matches, 243 ODIs, and 102 T20Is scoring 700, 7620, and 2311 runs respectively including 16 centuries combined.
In this article, let’s have a look at the five unknown facts about the half-British cricketer, Eoin Morgan:
1. Born in Ireland
Eoin Morgan was born in Dublin, Ireland, on 10th September 1986. Born to an English mother, he has held a British passport since his birth. Morgan began playing cricket at an early age. Representing England became his wish since he was 13. His desire to play Test cricket was the reason behind it which turned into reality when he made his Test debut against Bangladesh at the historic Lord’s Cricket Stadium in 2010.