Veteran England all-rounder Moeen Ali shared his views on Eoin Morgan after the World Cup-winning captain introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket on Tuesday. Whereas talking about Morgan, Moeen derived similarities between the management philosophies of the previous English skipper and former India skipper MS Dhoni.
Moeen has performed beneath Morgan within the nationwide crew and has additionally performed beneath Dhoni’s captaincy within the IPL whereas representing Chennai Tremendous Kings. Moeen heaped praises on Morgan by calling him the nation’s “biggest white-ball captain ever”. Regardless that Morgan was going via a tough patch for the reason that final couple of years, his total numbers have been one of many most interesting amongst those that’ve led the English crew.
“I’ve performed beneath him (Morgan). I’ve performed beneath MS Dhoni as effectively. There’s not a lot distinction between each of them by way of the traits – very calm, very loyal to their gamers. Good captain, good participant,” Moeen stated throughout an interplay on Sports activities Tak.
Eoin Morgan has nearly taken England from the darkish days to excellent days: Moeen Ali
Morgan’s captaincy has been extremely appreciated by veterans everywhere in the world as a result of he led the crew to new heights when the Three Lions have been going via a droop. He reworked English cricket fully, and that was the main cause behind England lifting the World Cup in 2019. Underneath the Eire-born cricketer, the Three Lions additionally made it to the ultimate and semi-final of the 2016 and 2021 T20 World Cups respectively.
“He (Morgan) has nearly taken England from the darkish days to excellent days. We have been horrendous in white-ball cricket earlier than that and he modified the mindset of the gamers. Truly, the best way England is enjoying in Check cricket is due to him. He confirmed that when you’ve got the mindset, you’ll be able to play fearless cricket, which we’re enjoying now. He’s the best white-ball captain we’ve ever had,” added Moeen.