Shane Watson announces retirement from Big Bash League

Apr 26 2019 02:29 PM
Shane Watson announces retirement from Big Bash League

Currently, Australian cricketer Shane Watson is playing from Chennai’s side in  the Indian Premier League. He struggled with his form in the first 10 matches and was able to achieve the rhythm in 11th match and scored a 96-ball 53 off 53 balls. Watson, who retired from international cricket in 2016, has now announced his retirement from Australian cricket. Although he will still be seen playing in the IPL.

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Watson announces the retirement only for cricket in Australia, which means they will no longer play in the Big Bash league. Although he will continue to play overseas tournaments like the IPL. Watson was the captain of the Sydney Thunder team in the Bigbash League. He was associated with this team for the past four years and was captaincy for three years. For the team, he has scored 1014 runs in the league, which is an invincible record.

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Shane Watson has scored more than 10,000 runs and 291 runs for Australia, with excellent record in both ball and bat . He is a great ODI all-rounder. He has scored 59 centuries in his Test career with an average of 3731 35.19 with four centuries and 24 half-centuries and has taken 75 wickets at an average of 33.68. He has played 190 ODIs for Australia, in which his name is 5757 runs and 168 wickets. In addition to these records, in the final IPL match last year, his brilliant  innings of 117 runs is considered one of his best innings.

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