Former English assistant Coach Paul Farbrace thinks England has the best ODI captain and titled Eoin Morgan as Single “Single Biggest Factor” as well.
Eoin Morgan led the previous World Cup too
However, Eoin Morgan was in charge when England exited the previous edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup, in 2015 too. At the group stage, after defeated by Bangladesh. But after that, team England has transformed into a tough side and are now the odds-on favorites to lift the World Cup for the first time, at home.
Firstly, Look their recent ODI performance Last year, England won five one-day international series, including away victories against Australia, New Zealand, and Sri Lanka, and lost only a one-off affair to Scotland, while drawing 2-2 with West Indies this year.
Paul Farbrace credited Morgan for England’s rise to No.1 in the ICC Men’s ODI Team Rankings and to No.3 in Twenty20 Internationals. “They have the best white-ball captain in the world,” Farbrace told reporters, “He [Morgan] is England’s single biggest factor. There are some fantastic players, but Morgan holds everything together.”
Paul Farbrace memorized previous world Cup
Former English assistant Coach Paul Farbrace thinks England has the best ODI captain. Hope England will utilize their opportunity at home under Eoin Morgan’s Captaincy. The former assistant coach memorizing the last World Cup. “What he said to the team here back in 2015 was that he wanted them to play the way that had got them selected and to take the positive option at every opportunity. It’s very easy as a captain to talk about the way it should be done. But Morgs plays the way he speaks.”
Then added too, “That takes guts and skill. He’s never going to be consistent [as a batsman] because of the risks he takes. He’s a bit like London buses – just when you think he’s done nothing, he’ll suddenly play a couple of big innings.”
As England will face South Africa in the World Cup opener on 30 May at The Oval in London. Then Paul Farbrace concludes with “We talked about having no ceiling – let’s see how good we can be. We had an outline plan of how we wanted the team to be. But we just kept telling the players ‘go and play, go and play’. Strauss, Trevor, Morgs and I met regularly and we started to drip-feed the plan and asking them what they felt. They started repeating the things that we’d been dropping into them.”
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Therefore, Former English assistant Coach Paul Farbrace thinks England has the best ODI captain. Hope England will utilize their opportunity at home under Eoin Morgan’s Captaincy.