Morgan opens up on the boundary count rule which helped them to win the World Cup

If New Zealand is feeling dishearted with the way they lost World Cup final, winning captain Eoin Morgan has revealed that it has been hard for his team too.

Speaking to the Times, Morgan revealed how he has been feeling with the victory which was decided on boundary count after both teams scored the same number of runs in Super over also.

According to England skipper, ‘it is not fair’ to decide the winner this way when teams finished on equal scores.

“I don’t think it is fair to have a result like that when both teams scored equal runs. I’m black and white. I’m normally going: I know, I was there, what happened.’ But I can’t stick my figure on where the game was won and lost. I am not sure winning it makes it easier. it would be more difficult to lose, of course,” Morgan told to times.

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