England were humiliated by New Zealand as their bad start to the cricket World Cup campaign got even worse.
A dominant display by home swing bowler Tim Southee - who took seven wickets for just 33 - contributed to the visitors' collapse in Wellington.
Finishing all out for 123, it was England's lowest total in the competition on foreign soil.
Brendon McCullum then smashed New Zealand toward the meagre total with 77 in 25 balls, with perhaps the most painful moment for England fans coming when the captain belted Steven Finn for four successive sixes.
After the eight-wicket defeat, Morgan admitted his team had been unable to cope with Southee's swing
The result, which follows a 111-run defeat to Australia, leaves the Three Lions under pressure to beat Scotland in Christchurch on Monday.