England and New Zealand scored 241 runs each, in the super over they scored 15 runs each but the cup was awarded to England due to their superior boundary rate.
And Morgan conceded he has still not quite been able to make sense of the triumph, and is slightly troubled by winning in such a manner.
Almost after a week since England cricket team won their maiden cup by beating New Zealand at the finale, on the basis of boundaries count, the skipper of England cricket team Eoin Morgan claimed that he felt the result was not fair.
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Both New Zealand and England scored the equal number of runs in the final and the match was ended in a tie.
England skipper Eoin Morgan has admitted the fact that the Lord's final has been a bit "unfair" that it has come to an end in a controversial way. Meanwhile, New Zealand were playing their second consecutive final after losing to Australia by seven wickets at the MCG.
"It's important to lay a platform to give people opportunities to play on a more consistent basis against some of the best players in the world", Morgan said at the player auction.
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"Next week I'm going away with my wife to get away from the game, in a really nice way".
Eoin Morgan became the first England captain to lift the trophy.
"There's no defining moment that you'd say: 'Yes, we thoroughly deserved it.' It's just been insane", said Morgan.
The 32-year-old Dubliner was the star attraction at the tournament's first draft in London on Friday, when more than 100 worldwide and domestic players were selected for the Amsterdam Knights, Belfast Titans, Dublin Chiefs, Edinburgh Rocks, Glasgow Giants and Rotterdam Rhinos. I can't think of a game that's come close. I don't think there was a moment that you could say that he suffered a defeat in the match.More news: Chandrayaan-2: India set to re-attempt Moon mission launch
"It's a huge commitment to go for another four years or even next year, particularly with the injury I had coming through this tournament, he said".