Meg Lanning retires from international cricket:Australian captain Meg Lanning has suddenly retired from international cricket. He has announced his retirement from international cricket on Thursday i.e. 9th November. Currently, Lanning is captaining the Melbourne Stars in the WBBL and is set to continue playing domestic cricket.
According to media reports, Lanning took a shocking decision to retire at the age of 31. It is being said that she could not play in the last three series in Australia due to medical problem. The Australia captain had not played for her country since winning the T20 World Cup in South Africa in February. She missed Australia’s UK tour due to a medical issue and did not play in the recent T20I and ODI series against the West Indies despite being fit. She then returned to play WNCL cricket for Victoria. After leading the Kangaroos for nearly 13 years, Meg Lanning announced her retirement from international cricket on Thursday 9 November. Meg Lanning, who won 5 World Cups for Australia, scored 8352 runs in 241 matches in all three formats. Meg Lanning’s sudden retirement has shocked cricket fans.
Meg Lanning issued a statement
If reports are to be believed, Australian captain Lanning said that it was difficult to take the decision to step away from international cricket, but I feel that now is the right time for me. I have been incredibly fortunate to enjoy a 13-year international career, but I know now is the right time for me to move on to something new. The success of the team is why you play sports, I am proud of what I have achieved and I will cherish the moments I shared with my teammates during this time. I am proud of my family, my teammates, Cricket Victoria, Cricket I would like to thank Australia and the Australian Cricketers Association for their support, which has given me the opportunity to play my favorite game at a high level. I would like to thank all my fans who have supported me throughout my international career.
Made his debut in international cricket at the age of 18.
Lanning made his debut in international cricket in 2010 at the age of 18. He has played 241 matches for Australia including six Tests, 103 ODIs and 132 T20Is. She will go down as one of the most successful captains in cricket history. Who has led Australia to four T20 World Cup titles, one ODI World Cup title and one Commonwealth Games title. He led his country in 182 matches in his career. He was given this role in 2014 at the age of 21.
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