Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler support outstanding leader Eoin Morgan.

England beat Netherlands by eight wickets in 3-0 ODI series . Jos Buttler says everyone in the squad is behind Eoin Morgan .

Amstelveen (Netherlands), June 23: Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes have backed white-ball captain Eoin Morgan, describing him as a hero.Morgan led England to their first 50-over World Cup title in 2019, but he hasn't reached a half-century in one-day internationals and Twenty20s for almost a year.The batter missed Wednesday's game against the Netherlands because of a tight groin, which England won by eight wickets and completed a 3-0 ODI clean sweep.But even though Morgan's health and fitness challenges persist, Jos Buttler, who took the final match against the Netherlands, insists that his team holds it.

What he has achieved is impossible to describe.Everyone remembers his captaincy, but you forget how integral he has been for England in over 200 ODIs, a talent that does not vanish overnight.Buttler's statement was quoted by Sky Sports as saying that everyone in the squad is behind him.Ben Stokes, the test captain, defended his white-ball opposition.

I think the press is the only ones criticizing him, and I think the players have explained that it is not an issue with them, he said.Individuals are forbidden to run many runs, and more than that, he is our captain.He is a great coach, and I'm sure he will be, so I have no concerns with him at the moment.Jos Buttler, who finished with a combined 92 points for England, was a further subplot of the Netherlands series.

This season, he has been named the most valuable player in the Indian Premier League.In Fridays record-breaking opener, he thumped 162 not out and ended his series record of six sixes with 19 sixes by breaking the rope five times in the final ODI.When asked if he was in the shape of his life, I would have to say no, said Buttler.Personally, the IPL was something special to witness such a tournament.

I think what is important for us in white-ball cricket in England is that we live in a specific fashion, and we must strive to the fullest.Of course, there is a bit of a risk involved in this sport, but we ask of everyone, he said.Stokes and head coach Brendon McCullum's outstanding form increases the prospect of a Test return just a few months after a disappointing Ashes series in which he averaged 15.28.I haven't spoken to anyone about it.

It might not be a question that must be addressed, he said.