Brendan Taylor will play his last international match on Monday.© Instagram
Former Zimbabwean skipper and wicket-keeper batter Brendan Taylor has decided to retire from international cricket and will play his final match against Ireland on Monday. Taylor made his ODI debut with Sri Lanka in 2004 and has become one of the greatest international cricket players in history in Zimbabwe. “It’s from the bottom of my heart to announce that tomorrow is the last match for my beloved country. It’s been 17 years of extreme highs and lows, and I’m going to change it for the world,” Taylor said in a Twitter statement. There is no such thing. “
“I’ve become humble and always remember how lucky I was to be in that position for a long time. I was proud to wear my badge and keep everything on the field. rice field.
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— Brendan Taylor (@ BrendanTaylor86) September 12, 2021
“My goal was always to put the team in a better position when it first arrived in 2004, and I think we were able to do that,” Taylor added.
The 34-year-old batter on Sunday thanked Zimbabwe Cricket, his teammates, family and fans for his inspirational notes.
“Finally to my wife @tkellyanne and our four beautiful boys. You meant everything to me on this journey, and that wouldn’t have been possible without you.” Taylor said
“I’m no longer worried at the airport. I’m looking forward to the next chapter. I love you so much,” he added.
Taylor has recorded 6677 runs in 204 ODI games, just 112 times below the national record of 6786, a former Zimbabwean batter Andy Flower.
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