Friday, August 31, 2012

Andrew Strauss retires from International Cricket

We have been witnessing some good cricketers retiring from international cricket this year. Earlier, it’s Dravid and Laxman from India and now its Andrew Strauss’s turn to retire from international cricket and give away his captaincy. Strauss played nearly 10 years of international cricket and in this journey has completed playing 100 test matches for England and scored more than ten thousand international runs. He has a great cricketing career all these years and is proud of all that he achieved. He felt that he should thank his family, ECB, PCA, all his coaches, support staff, PCA, Duncan Fletcher and Andy Flower for all their support they provided to him all these years and without them his cricketing career would not be fruitful. Alastair Cook will lead the English team after Andrew Strauss’s retirement in both test and ODI cricket. Congratulations for your successful career all these years and wish you all the very best for your future.

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