Morgan reveals his new plan after retirement

England's retired cricketer Eoin Morgan is all set to participate in Legends League Cricket which will be his first task after giving up his player-ship. The World Cup 2019-winning skipper has a great deal to acknowledge in modification of England's white-ball cricket. After retiring gracefully from international cricket, he has decided to commence with the league and franchise-based games. 

LLC was a great success in season one and is ready to be a blockbuster, featuring all-stars in the second edition as well. Announcing his return to the cricket field, Morgan will be seen playing along the cricket greats Virender Sehwag, Brett Lee, Yousuf Pathan, Muttiah Muralitharan, and many others.

LLC 2022 will represent four privately-owned teams and will run from 20th September to 10th October. Confirming his participation in the league, the ex-captain narrated that, “It feels great and I am super excited to be part of Legends. I am looking forward to playing in season 2.”

The CEO of Legends League Cricket, Raman Raheja, is excited to have Morgan on the board. Warmly welcoming the former cricketer, he stated that, “we welcome Eoin to the team and looking forward to experiencing his all-rounded performance in the field in season 2. His participation will surely make season 2 exciting as well as entertaining.”

Notably, the first edition of the tournament saw cricketing legends from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, England and a few others. The three teams were Asian Lions, World Giants, and India Maharajas. As the names indicate, Maharajas featured all Indian cricketers, Lions had all from Asia except India, whereas Giants represented from all other nations.

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