Why Eoin Morgan is seen wearing 2 caps in India vs England T20I Series

England Cricket Team captain Eoin Morgan wore two caps in the fourth T20I match played at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The reason behind this is change in the ICC rules.

In the fourth T20 International match between India and England (IND vs ENG), Team India defeated the British by 8 runs. With this, the hosts drew 2–2 in the T20I series. This match was in discussion for many reasons but Eoin Morgan wearing two caps wasn’t the one.

In the fourth T20I match of the current series, England captain Eoin Morgan was seen wearing 2 caps while fielding. Significantly, he did the same in the third T20I match. Many cricket fans are desperate to know what the reason is.

The Reason Is –

Eoin Morgan did this because of the new ICC rules during the Corona era. According to this rule, during the match, cricketers and umpires have to follow social distancing. In such a situation, no player can give his goods to the umpire. Players have to take care of their hats and glasses themselves.

The players are facing problems

Due to the new ICC rules, cricketers present in the field have to face many problems. Eoin Morgan took 2 caps together, finding a solution for this. Even during the IPL 2020 in the UAE, some players did this during the match.

Shahid Afridi, who played for Multan Sultans in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), was unhappy during the match against Peshawar Zalmi when the umpire refused to take the cap from him for his bowling.

Shahid Afridi tweeted on February 24, 2021, writing, ” Dear ICC wondering why the umpires are not allowed to hold bowlers cap even though they are in the same bubbles as the players/management and even shake hands at the end of the game? ”

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