NEW DELHI: Former New Zealand cricket captain and batsman Brandon McCullum has decided to say goodbye to cricket. Brandon McCullum is currently representing the Toronto Nationals in the Global T20 Canadian League, captained by former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh. After the same Global T20 Canadian League, they will not be able to play cricket at any stage. The Toronto Nationals will play their last match of the season in the Global T20 Canadian League, the last match of Brandon McCullum's cricket career.
Not only that, but Brandon McCullum also wanted to play the Euro T20 Slam, but now he withdraws from the league and has said that the organizers will understand me. Brandon McCullum has announced his retirement from his official Twitter account. Brandon McCullum wrote, "What I have achieved in my 20-year professional cricketer career is a matter of pride for me.
When I first joined the game, I didn't even dream that I would be able to achieve all that. I have felt in recent times that I will not be able to do well now. McCullum announced retirement from international cricket in early 2016. Brandon McCullum continued to play in T20 and T10 leagues around the world, but he is retiring now.
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