Shane Watson has announced retirement from all forms of cricket.
On Tuesday, Chennai Super Kings all rounder Shane Watson broke his fans’ heart by announcing his retirement from all forms of cricket.
Taking to his Twitter, the 39 year old said, “This closing chapter is going to be so hard to top, but I am going to try. I truly am forever grateful to have lived this amazing dream. Now onto the next exciting one… ”
This closing chapter is going to be so hard to top, but I am going to try.
I truly am forever grateful to have lived this amazing dream.
Now onto the next exciting one…#thankyou https://t.co/Og8aiBcWpE
— Shane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) November 3, 2020
In 2016, Watson retired from international cricket and finally in the year 2019 he said goodbye to Australian Big Bash league.
In another tweet, Shane posted and video and captioned it as, “It all started as a dream as a young kid saying to my Mum, as I watched a Test match, that I want to play for Australia. Now as I officially announce my retirement from all cricket I feel crazily lucky to live my dream. ”
The Australian cricketer has so far played 58 T20Is, 59 Tests, 190 ODIs at international level. He also won two World Cups for Australia in the year 2007 and 2015.
Watson has played for Chennai Super Kings in the last three seasons of the tournament. He played total 145 matches in the Indian Premier League. He has 3874 runs at a strike rate of 137.91 to his name.