The injury-plagued England top bowler pulled out, saying: “I gave up.”

English fast bowler Steven Finn has retired from professional cricket. Steven Finn announced his retirement on Monday. In fact, Steven Finn was struggling with an injury which meant he wasn’t part of the England team for almost a year. Steven Finn said after his retirement that today I say goodbye to all formats. Last year I worked on my body for almost a year, but today I lost to this challenge. However, I decided to say goodbye to cricket.

Steven Finn said I started playing for Middlesex in 2005. It is an honor for me to play professional cricket. He said there have been ups and downs throughout my cricket career but my passion for the game has remained. Steven Finn went on to say that I’ve represented England in 125 games. I’ve played 36 friendlies for my country, that’s nothing short of a big dream for me. In fact, Steven Finn made his international debut back in 2010 against Bangladesh.

Steven Finn said I represented Middlesex and Sussex as well as England. I will always remember these moments. If you look at Steven Finn’s Test career, this player has recorded 125 wickets in 36 games. While England took 102 wickets in 69 ODIs. Steven Finn was part of the England team at the 2015 World Cup. He was also part of the England team that won the Ashes three times.

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