England’s limited over format captain Eoin Morgan has said that many Indian players want to take part in their country’s The Hundred (100 balls in innings) and other franchise cricket leagues in the world. Morgan, who captained the Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League (IPL), urged the game-makers to set a roadmap for the next 10 years to ensure that the top players in the lucrative private league were replaced by international cricket. One was forced to make a career.
Morgan’s naming nobody for ‘Sky Sports’,’ We’re talking about ‘The Hundred’ here, but I know there are many Indian cricketers playing ‘The Hundred’ and other T-20s around the world. I want to play here in the league. ‘”He loves to travel and experience new situations and cultures and his arrival adds to the importance of such tournaments,” he said. The ‘Hundred’ tournament was supposed to start last year but was postponed for a year due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Morgan said the International Cricket Council (ICC) is not taking adequate measures for countries that prefer players to private leagues. “My biggest concern is that the pace at which the game is growing is not changing at that pace.” The England ODI captain and T20 captain said, ‘This is definitely a concern and it needs to be improved as you cannot pit your best XI when playing against another country as it is around the world. Large-playing leagues. ‘