One year on from England’s triumph the captain reflects on the drama of that day and sets his sights on a World T20 double
During lockdown, Eoin Morgan started watching last year’s World Cup final on loop. He hadn’t actually seen the whole match back until recently, when he got a copy on DVD, since then he’s been through it three times, trying to make sense of what happened and why.
“It’s an incredible day just to sit back and watch,” Morgan says, on a Zoom call to mark the anniversary on Tuesday. “The whole day is still tense every time I watch it. Watching it back, all the ebbs and flows of the game, feels like a privilege.”
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