When Did Shane Watson Retire
When Did Shane Watson Retire

When Did Shane Watson Retire From IPL And All Formats Of Game?

Aussie player Shane Watson has recently said goodbye to all formats of cricket. He played for CSK this year, i.e. 2020 and scored 299 runs in his 11 innings.

When Did Shane Watson Retire? He announced his retirement on 3rd November 2020. He recently announced his retirement from all formats of the game after CSK team ended on 7th position. He is an opener for CSK. Thirty-nine years old Watson, speaking via CSK’s official handle said the quote. It said,

“Hello everyone, the Yellow Army! I just want to announce to everyone that this year for CSK has been my last year in playing cricket.”

He shared a video on Twitter thanking CSK and their fans for the last three years, and this was his best years.

“I am going to be retiring from all kinds from now. Its a very emotional time” Watson looked emotional when he said these lines.

“Grateful for your love and support through the last three years. You never know what’s going to happen in the future, if I am still involved in some way,”

“Hope I have given back to you all for all the support you have given me,”

He said the overhead lines when he announced his retirement and had retired from international cricket in 2016. All-rounder announced his retirement before, was on his youtube channel.

In IPL, he has represented RR, RCB and CSK and played for CSK for three years. In his 11 innings, he has played in IPL 2020 in UAE and scored 299 runs.

He has won ICC World Cup 2007 and 2015. He has a lot of skills and therefore achieved a lot in his career. He was named player of the tournament in ICC T20 World Cup 2012.

He represented Australia in 59 test matches, 58 T20 matches and 190 ODIs. So, this was about When Did Shane Watson Retire from IPL as well as all format of the game.

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