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New England captain Eoin Morgan said that leading England at ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be a 'great honour' that ended with him being made captain of England. "It has been a long and very interesting day. I had 20 missed calls in my mobile from James Whitaker - I thought I better give him a ring. I called him back and he said we decided to offer you captaincy'," Morgan said. The Experienced batsman was offered captaincy after the ECB selection committee decided to axe skipper Alastair Cook after England's disastrous ODI series against Sri Lanka which they lost with 5-2, their fourth ODI series loss of the year. "I was delighted to be asked. Being offered captaincy is very awesome. It was nice to wake up to a call to say you are England captain," Morgan said. "It is a great honour to lead an e talented group of guys during a tri-series against Australia and India and then the Cricket World Cup 2015," he added.

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