Shane Watson has retired from all forms of cricket

The all-rounder, who scored 14 against Kolkata Knight Riders in his last match on Thursday in IPL 2020. He announced his retirement. Despite suffering from injuries all my career, I consider myself very lucky to be playing cricket till the age of 39. Shane Watson has retired from all forms of cricket.

Shane Watson has retired from all forms of cricket

Shane Watson has retired from all forms of cricket

Due to the injury, T20 cricket was the best fit for him and he showed his essence in T20 cricket in India. Australia, Bangladesh, Pakistan and West Indies and remained the first choice of the franchise till the end of his career.

He was also a key part of the franchise Rajasthan Royals. Which won the inaugural edition of the IPL in 2008. In 2018, Chennai Super Kings also played a key role in winning the title.

In the IPL this year, his team Chennai Super Kings could not qualify for the playoffs. With which he announced to give up all forms of cricket.

The all-rounder scored 14 runs in his last match against Kolkata Knight Riders on Thursday. The time announcing his retirement he said that. “Despite suffering from injuries all my career, I consider myself very lucky to be playing cricket till the age of 39,”.

Watson has been a part of the Quetta Gladiators since the inaugural edition of the Pakistan Super League. And he perform key role to making the Gladiators champions in 2019.

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Despite suffering an injury, Watson has represented Australia in 59 Tests. 190 ODIs and 58 T20 Internationals in his 14-year international career.

In his career, the all-rounder has played more than 700 international and domestic matches, scoring more than 25,000 runs and taking more than 600 wickets.

Last year, he also announced his withdrawal from the Big Bash League. But this year he participated in Pakistan Super League and Indian Premier League.

Shane Watson has suffered from injury problems in his career. But he proved his ability as a T20 specialist. And became the top choice in limited overs cricket for Australia as well as all the leagues in the world in T20 cricket.

Shane Watson has retired from all forms of cricket

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