Before the T20 World Cup, Captain Aaron Finch gave a blow to Australia, announced his retirement, and surprised everyone
Sports desk. Ahead of the T20 Cricket World Cup starting next month, Australian captain Aaron Finch has surprised everyone by announcing his retirement from international one-day cricket. According to reports, Aaron Finch will play his last ODI against New Zealand in Cannes on Sunday. Aaron Finch has scored 5401 runs in 145 matches at an average of 39.14.
Finch has scored 17 centuries in ODI cricket. In this case, Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, and David Warner are ahead of him from Australia. Ponting has scored 29 and David Warner and Mark Waugh have scored 18-18 centuries.
According to reports, Australia captain Aaron Finch has decided to retire from ODI cricket due to poor form. He has managed to make only 26 in the last seven innings. Earlier, Finch had expressed his desire to play in the ODI World Cup to be held in the year 2023.