Australian T20 team captain Aaron Finch has announced his retirement from international cricket.
Aaron Finch represented Australia in 5 Tests, 146 ODIs and 103 T20 International matches, in which he scored a total of 8,804 runs, including 17 ODI and 2 T20 centuries in his international career.
Finch also captained Australia in 76 T20Is and 55 ODIs before retiring from ODIs in September last year.
However, announcing his retirement from international cricket on Tuesday, Aaron Finch said, “I realized that I will not be able to play until next year’s T20 World Cup, so it is the right time to retire to prepare for the future of the team.” can be started’.
On this occasion, he thanked his fans for supporting him throughout his career.
It should be noted that in 2021, Australia won the T20 World Cup in United Arab Emirates for the first time under the captaincy of Aaron Finch, but they failed to defend the title in the World Cup held in their own country last year.
The record for the highest individual innings in T20 International is held by Aaron Finch, who scored a record 76-ball 172 against Zimbabwe in 2018.