New Zealand’s most brilliant and special batsman Ross Taylor has announced his retirement. Taylor has given information about his retirement from international cricket by tweeting. Ross Taylor made this tweet this morning on December 30.
According to the information, Ross Taylor tweeted from his official Twitter and wrote, ‘Today I am announcing that I will retire from international cricket after two test matches against Bangladesh and six ODIs against Australia Netherlands. Thank you all for all your support for my 17 years. I got a great opportunity to represent my country, it is a matter of great honor for me.
Also read:- Will the film RRR be able to take out its budget, what do the filmmakers say
Ross Taylor was also the captain
Ross Taylor played his first Test match against South Africa in 2007. Whereas in one day international match 2006 I played against West Indies cricket team. Ross Taylor is a former captain and batsman of the New Zealand cricket team. He has also been the captain of New Zealand Under 19. Taylor played the highest innings of 132 * in List A cricket.
For all the news of the country and the world, subscribe to our YouTube channel ‘DNP INDIA’ now. You can give us FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM and TWITTER can also follow।