Australia’s famous All-rounder Shane Watson announced retirement from Australia’s T-Twenty Big Bash League, but will continue to participate in special foreign leagues. Shane Watson announced retirement from the Big Bash League, saying that there are many memorable moments for me and victory in the tournament in 2016 was the biggest success. Shame Watson hasn’t bowled much in recent times, but he used to be a more-than-handy option in his prime, picking 291 international wickets.
Watson captained Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League said, “With me, I express good wishes for the upcoming season and I played with the great people and players in the club.” Shane Watson has left international cricket in 2016 at the age of 37 but he is still very famous star in of cricket. He led the Sydney Thunder in the Big Bash League and earned the highest score in the league, but now he wants to spend more time with the his family.
Further he Watson said, I want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart who has been involved with the Sydney Thunder over the last four seasons. “I have so many wonderful memories that I will savor forever with the one standout being our win in 2016. I want to especially thank Nick Cummins, Paddy Upton, Lee Germon and Shane Bond who made my experience with the club so enjoyable.
The 37-year-old Shane Watson enjoyed a productive international career, as a cricket representative of his country in 190 one-day internationals, 59 Tests and 58 Twenty20 Internationals before retiring. Watson’s last international match was in the quarter-final of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2016 against India. Watson has continued to achieve success in T20 Leagues after his international retirement. Recently, he barely missed out on a century for Chennai Super Kings, whom he represents in the Indian Premier League.