Daniel Morgan was one of the best right-handed opening batsmen playing for national cricket team of Bermuda. He entered the world of international cricket a bit late (if age is taken in to consideration).
Daniel Morgan went on to make his debut in international cricket in an ODI held on 17th of may, 2006 at ‘Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad’ against Canada. However, Daniel couldn’t do much in this match. He was out on 1; though the final outcome was that Bermuda had won this match by 3 wickets with 9 balls to spare. The last ODI was played against Zimbabwe on the very next day at the same place. Bermuda, however, could not win it. Zimbabwe had won this match by 194 runs. Even in this match, Daniel could just open his account. He hadn’t contributed all that actively in his first as well as last ODI (two Matches in all).
As mentioned above, Daniel has faced international cricket just twice, i.e. in 2 ODIs. His strike rate was found to be 18.18 (on an average). He hasn’t scored even a half-century in any of these matches. The highest score has bee, by all means, ‘1’.