Watson is retiring from T-20

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, March 24th, 2016 | 0

Watson is retiring from T-20

Shane Watson has entirely retired from international cricket. Cricket Australia said today, the T-Twenty World Cup final match of Australia’s also be the last match of all-rounder’s career.

Announced retirement from one-day cricket after the World Cup in the 2015. . However, he could not stick on this retirement decision. He played last one-day match at Lord in September last year. Officially retired from Test cricket after the Ashes series last year.

I do not know exactly what happened to wake up, but only that it was quitting the right time. “Watson has seen the Australian cricket’s great time. Played with legend like Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, and Adam Gilchrist. Watson helped the young Australian team rebuilding after the stars had gone into retirement. Now, however, leaving himself.

In 59 Tests he have 3731 runs, and 75 wickets. 5757 runs and 168 wickets in 190 one-day matches. So far played 56 T-20 matches. Besides 1400 runs he have 46 wickets.


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