On Sunday, the illustrious Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh thanked Stuart Broad of England for calling it quits on his illustrious international career. Stuart Broad’s retirement is currently trending on the internet. The fifth Test of the Ashes series, which is now underway, will mark the end of Broad’s international cricket career, he declared on Saturday. “Step up, @StuartBroad8. As one of the best and most feared red ball bowlers and a true legend, congrats on an amazing Test career! Your perseverance and journey have been incredibly motivating. Broady, best of luck for the upcoming leg,” Yuvraj tweeted.”
Notably, Yuvraj destroyed Broad in a match that would define his career during the 2007 ICC T20 World Cup. Yuvraj became the first Indian to hit six sixes in an over in international cricket. But ever since, Broad has improved with every match, and he is currently vying for 850 wickets in international cricket. At the conclusion of Day 3 of the last Ashes Test at The Oval, Broad announced the end of his 17-year career.
Stuart Broad’s retirement:
According to Broad, who was quoted by the ICC, “Monday or tomorrow” will mark his final cricket match. It has been a fantastic journey, and it has been an enormous honour for me to wear the Nottinghamshire and England badge for as long as I have.
The contestant said, “This series just feels like it’s been one of the most enjoyable I’ve been a part of. I have always wanted to finish at the top.” Over the course of 167 Test matches, Broad has claimed 602 wickets. In Test cricket, he has also amassed 3656 runs at an average of 18, 1 century, and 13 fifty-sevens. He is second for his team and has taken the fifth-most wickets in Test matches.
He has taken 845 wickets overall in 344 international games, with the top total being 8/15. In terms of international cricket, he has taken the seventh-most wickets. In addition, he has 4,309 runs at an average of 16.44 in international cricket, with one century and 13 fifty-scores.
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