New Zealand’s deadly bowler announced his retirement and took eight wickets against India

A two-match Test series between New Zealand and Australia will be played from February 29. New Zealand has announced the playing eleven for this purpose. But it didn’t include Neil Wagner. Wagner has announced his retirement from international cricket. He has performed brilliantly for New Zealand on many occasions. Wagran put in a memorable performance against Team India. He took eight wickets in a Test match against India.

Wagner has no place in the starting eleven for the first game of the Test series against Australia. He then announced his resignation. According to news published on the ICC website, Wagner said: “This week has been very emotional.” You can’t just part with something you’ve been associated with for a long time. I enjoyed every moment playing cricket for New Zealand. I would like to thank my wife Lana. He supported me a lot.

Neil Wagner’s international career was not easy. He had to get in and out of the team many times. Wagner had made a big name for himself with his brilliant performance against Team India. In fact, the Indian team toured New Zealand in 2014. During this time, the first match of the Test series was played in Auckland. New Zealand secured Wagner a place in the starting eleven. He took four wickets in the first innings against India. Four wickets were also taken in the second innings. Wagner had made a big name for himself by taking a total of 8 wickets in this Test.

Wagner was only able to play test matches for New Zealand. But during this time he has performed excellently. Wagner has taken 260 wickets in 64 Test matches. During this period, his best performance in a match was taking 9 wickets for 73 runs. He also performed excellently in batting. Wagner scored 874 runs in 84 innings. He also scored a half-century during this time.

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