England's limited-overs captain Eoin Morgan has announced his retirement from international cricket.

He leaves his position as England's most-capped player in both formats of white-ball cricket, as well as the only person to lead the team to victory at the ODI World Cup.

Morgan's announcement had been expected following an extended period in which he had suffered from injuries and poor form.

In addition to continuing to play domestic cricket, he will also join the commentary team for Sky Sports' upcoming white-ball series against India and South Africa.

Morgan led England 126 times in ODIs and 72 times in T20Is after being named Alastair Cook's successor in 2015.

In 2016, he led the team to the World T20 final, before overseeing the 50-over World Cup triumph in 2019.

Under Morgan and his coach Trevor Bayliss, England had a battery of power hitters that routinely posted 300+ scores.

In 2009, Morgan switched allegiances from Ireland to the United States. All of it culminated in England's thrilling World Cup win at Lord's in 2019.

Morgan played 16 Tests between 2010 and 2012, scoring two hundreds as well as representing England 340 times in limited-overs internationals.