Cricket news: Lendl Simmons retires from cricket

Cricket news: Lendl Simmons retires from cricket

Cricket news: Lendl Simmons retires from cricket





Lendl Simmons has showed that he's going to preserve to play franchise cricket. West Indies opener Lendl Simmons introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket on Tuesday. The 37-year-vintage cricketer made the assertion on Twitter. "When I wore the Maroon Colours of the West Indies Cricket for the primary time on debut in ODIs on December 7th, 2006, little did I recognise that my worldwide profession could have lasted sixteen years however my ardour and love for the game fuelled me each day," Simmons wrote on Twitter.


"I'm last this bankruptcy of International cricket having performed one hundred forty four fits and scoring 3763 runs from all formats. I need to thank the West Indies Cricket Team for the opportunities, and I want the brand new crop of WI gamers all of the pleasant and to preserve on believing in yourselves and your abilities." Simmons additionally showed in his submit that he's going to preserve to play franchise cricket.


Simmons gained  T20 World Cups with West Indies in 2012 and 2016. He additionally gained  IPL titles with Mumbai Indians in 2015 and 2017. Overall, in one hundred forty four worldwide video games throughout formats, the 37-year-vintage scored 3763 runs. Earlier, on Monday, Simmons' former teammate Denesh Ramdin additionally retired from worldwide cricket. He can even preserve to play franchise cricket.


Nasser Hussain: Ben Stokes' ODI retirement for England a 'big surprise'

Ben Stokes, England's Test captain, performed key function in World Cup win in 2019 however says 3 formats "unsustainable" and could consciousness on red-ball cricket and T20Is; Watch Stokes' ultimate ODI recreation towards South Africa stay on Sky Sports Cricket on . Nasser Hussain says it is 'disappointing information' that Ben Stokes has introduced his retirement from ODI cricket and feels the 'loopy' cricket agenda is to blame

After Ben Stokes introduced his retirement from one-day worldwide cricket, Sky Sports' Nasser Hussain talks of his surprise on the choice and appears on the contributing factors, which includes a 'loopy' cricketing agenda for gamers who function in all 3 formats..You idea he might be seemed after, in phrases of being rested from diverse white-ball tournaments and formats - he'd already introduced he turned into going to overlook white-ball series', and The Hundred. To absolutely knock 50-over cricket on the top is a big surprise.


I wager it is the agenda. The cricketing agenda is genuinely loopy on the moment.