Winning the World Cup Means the World to Us: Eoin Morgan
An elated England captain Eoin Morgan said to get over the line and win their maiden World Cup means the world to them, after the hosts beat New Zealand in an eliminator at Lord's in London on Sunday.
It took England 44 years but on Sunday, in their own backyard, Morgan and Co. lifted the sport’s biggest prize albeit by the finest of margins as the Super Over also ended in a tie and England won due to hitting more boundaries than New Zealand.
"I'd like to commiserate Kane (Williamson) and his team. The example that they lead is hugely commendable to him and his team," Morgan said moments before lifting the World Cup at the gala post match presentation ceremony.
On Jofra Archer who bowled the Super Over, Morgan said the 24-year old is improving every game. Archer finished with 20 wickets in 11 games as England's leading wicket taker and third in the overall list behind Australia's Mitchell Starc and New Zealand's Lockie Ferguson.