Nasser Hussain says “Eoin Morgan’s value to the side far outweighs the runs” in T20 World Cup. Hussain has supported an under-fire Eoin Morgan. And saying he wouldn’t drop the captain. He highlighted that Morgan’s value to England extends far beyond his runs. Especially, in global tournaments. Eoin Morgan has confronted broad feedback. Due to his woeful shape with the bat, disturbed. Amid his IPL 2021 stretch with Kolkata Knight Riders. The Knight Riders come to the final, the captain oversaw only 133 runs. At an average of 11.08 in 17 games. He claims yet that England cannot think about leaving Morgan out. Also, it a solely based on a lack of runs. Hussain believes England needs Morgan’s experience and composure in these global competitions.
“I would not advocate going down that route. Morgan’s value to the side far outweighs the runs he contributes. I could not leave him out. You cannot put a value on his calm and experience in pressure situations like a World Cup,” Hussain wrote in his column for The Daily Mail.
Lastly, Morgan was declared that he is ready to drop himself. Also, to help England win the T20 World Cup. However, he admitted that his captaincy hasn’t suffered due to his lack of runs. And Hussain further said that Moeen Ali is a must-have in the X1. It could play as a floater batsman.
Nasser Hussain says, “As long as the dew isn’t a huge factor, the way Moeen has played recently means I want him involved; he’s a good striker of the ball, a fine player of spin, and would be my choice as the fifth bowler. In the batting order, I would have him floating, so if a left-arm spinner came on, he could be sent in early. He has shown great versatility with his recent performances,” Hussain said.