Melbourne: Australia's dashing player Aaron Finch has announced his retirement from international cricket. Earlier, he has also retired from ODI cricket. In September 2022, Finch announced his retirement from ODI. Let us inform you that, this time Australia is coming to play Border Gavaskar Trophy against India. Finch's retirement just before that has surprised everyone.
Let us tell you that Finch has played 6 Tests, 146 ODIs and 103 T20 matches in his career. He is the only Australian player who has captained the team in 76 T20s. He has scored 3,120 runs in his 103 T20 matches at an average of 34.28 and during this time his strike rate has also been 142.5. In the year 2018, against Zimbabwe, he set a different record by scoring 172 runs in 76 balls. But, now Finch has retired from international cricket. This is considered a big blow for Australia before the series with India.
Regarding his retirement, Finch said ''I have a feeling that I will no longer be able to play the 2024 T20 World Cup. In such a situation, it is the right time to take retirement, so that the team can work on its future strategy. I would like to thank my family, wife, team, and Australia cricketers who supported me throughout my career. Heartfelt thanks also to those fans who kept their continuous support. Winning the T20 World Cup in 2021 and ODI World Cup in 2015 is going to be the most special memories of my career. Playing for my country in these 12 years, facing some great players, is an honor that everyone wants.''
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