Born in Dublin, the batsman represented Ireland at under-15, under-17 and under-19 level before making his senior ODI debut in August 2006 at the European Championships against Scotland. His 99 on debut was a sign of great things to come and his maiden ODI hundred followed around six months later against Canada. Morgan was a member of Ireland’s 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup squad before he pursued the opportunity of playing Test cricket for England. He's now become one of only two players in history to score one-day international hundreds for two different countries.
The left-hander’s first ODI cap for England came in 2009 against West Indies.
Made his T20I debut against the Netherlands at Lord’s in June 2009.
Playing in his fifth ICC WT20.
Part of the England team which won the ICC WT20 2010 in the Caribbean, scoring 183 runs in seven matches.
Passed fifty in each of the last two tournaments, with 71 not out against the West Indies in 2012 and 57 against Sri Lanka in 2014.
He was the first player to score a century in ODI cricket for two different teams.
Captained England in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, scoring 90 runs in six matches.