Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson has introduced his retirement from all types of cricket. The 39-year-old will grasp up his boots after an illustrious profession throughout which he gained two ICC Men’s Cricket World Cups and two ICC Champions Trophy titles. He performed 59 Tests, 190 ODIs and 58 T20Is.
Watson, a right-hand bat and right-arm fast-medium bowler, continued to play in T20 leagues all over the world since retiring from worldwide cricket in 2016. Watson, who started his first-class cricket profession in Tasmania, made his ODI debut for Australia in 2002 towards South Africa and was a part of a golden period for the Baggy Greens. Despite retiring from worldwide cricket in 2016, Watson was named Australia’s T20I Player of the Year in January 2017.
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