McCullum will say Good Bye at February

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015 | 0

New Zealand skipper say he will go to retired at next year February after the series against Australia. This 34 year of age hard hitter opener currently the skipper of New Zealand cricket, under his captaincy New Zealand were played ICC world cup last year for the first time in 7th attempters.

New Zealand just won test series against Sri Lanka at home under McCullum leading and the Christmas day knocking at door, McCullum choose that for declared his retired. After take retired from cricket ICC World Cup T20 will be on ground on quick time. Though he is the most run holder in T20I and most century holder with most six hit as well. Former World no. 1 batman in T20I have 2 hundred and 13 half century as well in t0 career so far.

At Next February, McCullum will in field to played first test of the series against Australia, if he play in that match, will made a great record as to play 100 consecutive match in Test cricket after debut. Which will also happened for the first time in cricket history. At the 98th test match AB de Villiers made break to see his new baby. But McCullum have this chance as he left De Villars behind him in the second match against Sri Lanka. At 20th February of next year, Brandon will on field for his last test in career which will be his last test in career.

Brandon McCullum side,” I would announce this much earlier, but for build up the squad for next World Cup and manage authority about my retired, it being late. To become a prayer for New Zealand national cricket, bring a captain all I like very much, it is a big thing.  But all thing have to finish in good way, I am so much proud that I can play for my country.”

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