Eoin Morgan
Eoin Morgan (Image Credit: Twitter)

England’s white-ball skipper Eoin Morgan said that he is uncertain about playing for England post-2022 T20 World Cup in Australia.

Morgan, who led England to the 2019 World Cup title, has played 246 ODIs and 107 T20 Internationals for the Three Lions.

Morgan will be leading England in the 2021 T20 World Cup in United Arab Emirates (UAE).

I am not sure about another two tournaments: Eoin Morgan

The England captain expressed his will to play another T20 World Cup in Australia next year but remained uncertain about playing the 2023 World Cup in India and the 2024 T20 World Cup.

Eoin Morgan
Eoin Morgan (Image Credit: Twitter)

“I certainly see myself this time next year playing, hopefully, a really strong role in another T20 World Cup,” Morgan told BBC.

“That is the expectation I have put on myself. I am not sure about another two (tournaments). Obviously, results determine how well you do and how often you are kept on. But certainly, my hunger and determination are as strong as ever, he added.

Morgan recently led KKR to the final of IPL 2021 where they lost to MS Dhoni’s Chennai Super Kings by 27 runs in Dubai.

Morgan is individually struggling with his batting performance as he could amass just 133 runs from 17 matches at an all-time low average of 11.08.

Morgan and his men ended as runners-up to West Indies in the 2016 World T20 final in Kolkata after Carlos Brathwaite pulled off a win with four blistering sixes to Ben Stokes in the final over.

England to take on West Indies in their first game in T20 World Cup

Eoin Morgan, Phil Whitticase
England captain Eoin Morgan and match referee Phil Whitticase. (Photo: Twitter)

England are clubbed with West Indies, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh in Group 1 of the Super 12 stage.

England will be facing the defending champions in their opening game on October 23 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Morgan confirmed that his teammates will be taking the knee along with West Indies players to show support to the Black Lives Matter movement.

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