New Delhi. Zimbabwe’s star cricketer Brendan Taylor has decided to say goodbye to his 17-year career. The 34-year-old former captain and Zimbabwe’s most talked-about cricketer Taylor will play his last match against Ireland on Monday. He made his international debut in 2004 and soon he became an important player of the Zimbabwe team.
Taylor, who made his international debut with 0, has 6 thousand 677 ODI runs in 204 matches. He has 11 ODI centuries and 39 half-centuries to his name. Whereas 2 thousand 320 runs in 34 Test matches, which include 6 centuries and 12 half-centuries. He gave information about his retirement on social media.
Didn’t miss a chance to smash Indian bowlers
He wrote that I am announcing with a heavy heart that tomorrow (Monday) is my last match for my country. He wrote that my aim was always to leave the team in a better position, because when I came back for the first time in 2004. I hope I did. Taylor scored the most runs for Zimbabwe in the 2015 World Cup.
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His bat has mostly run against India. He did not leave any chance to smash the Indian bowlers. Scored 81 against India in May 2010. Then in June 2010, he played an innings of 74 runs against India. He scored 138 runs against India in Auckland in 2015.
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