Michael Vaughan says “Not up to us to decide” in T20 World Cup 2021. Vaughan has thrown his weight behind Morgan. Also, to continue as the white-ball leader. Eoin Morgan’s future has come under scrutiny. Ahead of the next T20 World Cup after England’s semi-final defeat in the 2021 season. Morgan fell short against New Zealand in the knockout game in Abu Dhabi. England’s death bowling was their most disappointing aspect. Also, let them down when the match was in their comprehend. However, Vaughan thinks Morgan deserves to bow out on his terms. Morgan should go ahead, according to Vaughan’s Telegraph column. If he likes, he can lead the team in next year’s T20 World Cup.
“The end of a tournament inevitably prompts questions about the future of an England captain but Eoin Morgan should carry on if he feels he has the ambition and appetite to take the team to next year’s T20 World Cup. He has achieved so much with England that he should be left to make whatever decision he feels is right for him and the team. Eoin will know when it is time to move on, you just do as an England captain. It is not up to us to decide,” Vaughan said.
Vaughan thinks Morgan’s leadership is crucial to England’s chances in T20 cricket. Also, he maintains composure and that they will hardly find a better captain.
“Lastly, personally I think his leadership is imperative to the team, especially in Twenty20 cricket. The more I watch T20 cricket the more I realize the importance of leadership. If you have a captain who knows how to maneuver his troops, set the right fields, and stay level-headed under huge pressure then you have a massive advantage as a team. Morgan is superb in tight situations. He never loses his cool. He is impossible to read or rattle. It will be very hard for England to find another captain with his level-headedness,” Vaughan said.