Calum MacLeod played an innings to keep in mind to lead Scotland to a fantastic six-run win over England in their one-off one-day worldwide on Sunday and later called the result "a massive statement from Scottish cricket".
Scotland's one-down batsman, Calum MacLeod, smashed a 94-ball 140 against England's experienced bunch of bowlers including Moeen Ali, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood and David Willey.
Scotland's first win in worldwide cricket over England came in their first match since they were cruelly denied a place at next year's World Cup after a poor umpiring decision and rain saw them miss out in their final qualifier against the West Indies in Harare in March.
England faced an embarrassing defeat against Scotland on June 10 when the lost the game by mere 6 runs.
"We probably need one more win against a top nation and our women's team, who are also rapidly improving, need to do well at a World Cup qualifier".
"I'm absolutely happy with that, it doesn't bother me", Morgan said.
Asked if England will have suffered a setback, spinner Agar replied: 'I hope so.
The No. 13 side, Scotland, coming off heartbreak at the World Cup qualifiers produced a world-class performance to defeat the top-ranked England in a nail-bitter at Edinburgh on Sunday. On the other hand, Scotland will be looking to upset Pakistan, the highest ranked T20I team when they take on the green shirts in the first of their two T20I today.
But England's weakness is their bowling and even a reduced Australia team here at the moment has the potential to make some very big scores over the rest of this month in a five match series that starts at the Oval on Wednesday.
He will be up against Jonny Bairstow who is enjoying a rich vein of form and will be taking guard in the match after scoring three successive hundreds in this format.
"The level of expectation has been high around the team for a while, it doesn't get higher than being number one in the world", Morgan said.
But MacLeod ensured a promising start to the innings was not wasted and together with George Munsey (55) he shared a fourth-wicket stand of 107.
The six-run win saw Scotland get one over their arch-rivals in style.