Aussie Quick Brett Lee Retires
Australian fast bowler Brett Lee has announced his retirement from international cricket following his latest injury breakdown.
“It’s official, I have retired from international cricket. Thanks for all your love and support. It’s been an amazing 13 years,” Lee said on Twitter on Friday.
During Lee’s one day career, he picked up 380 wickets in 220 matches. The paceman also 310 wickets during his Test career which ended in February 2010.
Lee said he was looking forward to returning to his hometown Sydney and enjoying “stage two” of his life.
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