Eoin Morgan, the England group’s white-ball chief, has been controlled out of the excess two T20Is against West Indies with a second rate quadriceps injury, the ECB uncovered on Thursday (January 27).
Morgan likewise missed the third T20I having felt torment in his right quad during England’s warm-up meeting. Moeen Ali drove in Morgan’s nonattendance in the third game, with England missing the mark in a pursuit of 225 as West Indies took a 2-1 lead.
“Follow-up testing uncovered he supported a right thigh-muscle injury which, while somewhat minor, will keep him from playing further games during the current visit,” the ECB said in an assertion.
Morgan wasn’t at his best in the initial two games, scoring a 29-ball 17 in the main T20I while he just oversaw 13 off 12 in the subsequent game. Moeen didn’t play the principal match while he packed away the Player of the Match grant in the second, with his thump of 31 and 3 for 24 with the ball assisting England with getting a one-run triumph to even out the series.
Moeen, nonetheless, didn’t have the best of games as a commander as he dumbfounded only one in the third game, yielding 14 off the 224 scored by West Indies on account of Rovman Powell’s lady T20I ton. Tom Banton and Philip Salt scored fifties however England could oversee 204 in answer, with Moeen being excused for a duck.
The fourth and fifth T20Is will be played on January 29 and 30th individually.