Liam Livingstone,In his side’s tour to Netherlands so far, Eoin Morgan has failed to score a run, falling for ducks on both occasions.
English hitter Liam Livingstone has supported his white-ball skipper Eoin Morgan to regain his form with the bat.
knowing that he is one score away from returning to structure.
Morgan has been struggling with his structure for some time.
So far, he lacks a sudden surge of interest for his side’s trip to Netherlands, succumbing to a dud on both occasions.
His last 50 years also came against Sri Lanka a year ago.
“The thing that has been overlooked is the fact that Morgan is a pioneer in the making.
We all know he is just one score away from becoming the head of our group.
“I’m sure that score will come very soon and he will make excellent progress in the future,”
Morgan was quoted as saying by Sky Sports.
Britain has already won the series 2-0 with one game left,
their first victory seeing them post a world-record 498-4 on Friday.
Jos Buttler was one of three players in that game who scored 100 years – crushing an unbeaten 162 off 70 balls – while Livingstone crushed England’s record-quickest fifty, off only 17 balls, finishing with 66* off 22.
It proceeded with a momentous run of structure for Buttler. This comes after his endeavors during a great IPL season in which he completed as the competition’s driving run-scorer, hitting four hundreds for Rajasthan Royals.
“To watch Jos continue on ahead, it was ideal to have him on my side this time round. It was extraordinary to watch,
particularly from the opposite end. It has been extraordinary tomfoolery.
It was pleasant to clearly break the world record on Friday, the fellows have placed in some great cricket,
Opener Jason Roy has likewise supported Morgan to rediscover his touch with the willow.
Assuming that you are at a serious disadvantage it is very extreme yet he is an unbelievable laborer, an extraordinary person so I am supporting him without a doubt,” he said.