Australian cricketer Aaron Finch retires from International cricket, fan and fraternity hail Aussie skipper
Australian Cricketer Aaron Finch has announced that he has decided to bow out of the International cricket which lasted for 12-years. He has been among the most influential and pivotal players for the Aussies.
The news about the Australian skipper’s retirement comes in the wake of his uncertainty in the squad after the Aussies failed to deliver in the T20 World Cup and was knocked out of the campaign in 2022.
The Australian opener announced his retirement and said that he realises that he won’t be playing on until the next T20 World Cup 2024, hence it is the right time to bow out and give the team time to chalk out a plan for the next T20 World Cup.
Finch in his retirement speech also said that it has been an honour to share the field with some of the greatest players to ever play the game in his 12 years of national cricket team stint.
After the news came to light of Finch’s retirement, many from the fraternity, as well as the fans came out to hail the player’s career.
Fellow teammate David Warner came out to hail the Aussie skipper as he wrote in his Instagram post and congratulated Finch on his amazing career. Warner also thanked the skipper for all the moments the two shared together. Warner also told Finch that he was proud of him.
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ESPN’s cricket handle also shared the news of the skipper’s retirement and termed him to be a legend for his 12 year inning for the Aussies.
Australian Cricket team Twitter handle also shared the news and called him to be one of the greatest in his own right. The Aussies cricket team Twitter also wrote that Finch’s legacy for the Australian Men’s Cricket Team will live on forever.
Former Australian Cricketer Adam Gilchrist also chimed in to hail the opener as he wrote that his career sits in the top shelf without any doubt and also congratulated the skipper for his international career.
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