Eoin Morgan has said he would be willing to retire from the England side of a day during the World Cup if it gives the team a better chance to win.
Morgan has been a key figure in the resurgence of England since 2015. World Cup, inculcating a belief and positivity as captain that has taken them to the top of the world ranking. In the period Morgan, who is the top scorer of ODI races in England, has averaged 41.79, but such is the available batting force that any pothole in form stands out.
The riches available to England are highlighted by the fact that Alex Hales, who made 147 against Australia earlier this year in the total world record of 481 at Trent Bridge and previously obtained the highest individual score in England It is unlikely that he will find a place in the opening XI when the series against Sri Lanka begins in Dambulla.
Morgan had previously been left out of the sides of England's cue ball to allow others an opportunity (Jos Buttler has taken over the captaincy) and, if he does not think he's contributing enough to the team, it's a movement that I would do even in a World Cup.
"It's a brave decision, but we've come a long way with this team, with the potential, with this or the next World Cup, we need to put ourselves in the best position to be contenders." he told Sky Sports . "If that means I'm not good enough to be on the team, both as a captain and a player … I'm a pretty honest guy, if I'm not supposed to be on the team, I'll be the first to say it. a difficult decision, I am more than capable of doing it ".
"In the past, I decided to create opportunities for players to see if they can play at the international level, or give them an extra opportunity to prove their worth. When you qualify as a captain, you almost give that example, that place No one is consolidated on this side.
"We are trying to build a team of 16 or 17 players. To win the World Cup, that is the goal. It is not an individual trying to run, nor an individual trying to get land. It's a team collective and everyone should buy it. "