This South African player withdrew in the middle of Australia’s ongoing Boxing Day Test.

South African all-rounder star Farhan Behardien has said goodbye to all forms of cricket. On December 27, that is, today, he made this decision. On the one hand, the Boxing Day Test is played between Australia and Africa, on the other hand, the African all-rounder announced his retirement. However, Farhan Behardeen was not part of that test. Farhan Behardeen, 39, made his debut for South Africa in 2012. Now, after ten years, he has said goodbye to cricket. Farhan played his last international match for South Africa in 2018.

Farhan Behardeen announced his retirement through a post on Twitter. In this post he told how 18 years of his life came and went. Farhan made his first-class debut in 2004. In these years, he made a total of 560 professional matches, including 97 caps, and won a total of 17 trophies.

Farhan Behardeen played a total of 4 World Cups. He was part of the squad in the T20 World Cups of 2012, 2014 and 2016. Apart from this, Farhan was also included in the squad in the ODI World Cup contested in 2015. At the same time, he took command of the team in the T20 series. against Sri Lanka in 2017. Farhan last captained Africa in 2018. In this post, he further thanked all the people including family, friends, coach and support staff.

Farhan Behardeen played ODI and T20 internationals for South Africa. He has scored 1074 runs at an average of 30.68 while playing a total of 59 ODIs. While bowling, he has taken 14 wickets in his name. Apart from this, batting in 38 T20 caps, he has scored 518 runs at an average of 32.37 and a strike rate of 128.21. While bowling, he has taken 3 wickets.

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