New Zealand strong hitter Ross Taylor announces his retirement from international cricket, he will play the last match on this date

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Ross Taylor announces retirement from international cricket

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  • Dangerous batsman Ross Taylor has announced his retirement from international cricket.
  • Ross Taylor’s last game will be Series 3 ODI against the Netherlands
  • Thank you all for your support in my 17-year career: Ross Taylor

Former New Zealand captain and veteran player Ross Taylor has announced his retirement from international cricket. On Thursday, Taylor tweeted that he would retire from international cricket after the summer at home. Ross Taylor’s last game will be Series 3 ODI against the Netherlands. Which will be played on April 4 in Hamilton. However, Taylor will continue to play national cricket on center stage.

Taylor tweeted and said I’ll be saying goodbye to international cricket after this summer at home. Before I retire, I will play 2 tests against Bangladesh, 6 ODI against Australia and the Netherlands. Thank you all for your support in my 17-year career. I am proud to represent my country.

Born on March 8, 1984 in Lower Hutt, Wellington, Taylor has played 110 tests and 223 ODIs for New Zealand. Taylor has 7,584 runs to his name in test cricket. At ODI, he has scored 8,581 runs in 223 games. Taylor, one of the best batsmen in T20 cricket, has scored 1909 runs in 102 games for New Zealand.

Let us tell you that one of the best players on the Kiwi team, Taylor, is the top scorer of runs in Test and ODI cricket for the team. Taylor made his ODI debut against the West Indies in March 2006. While in 2007, Taylor played his first Test Match against South Africa.

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