This legend retired at the age of 31 in the middle of ODI World Cup, fans surprised
In the middle of the ICC Men's ODI World Cup being played in India, Australian women's cricket team captain Meg Lanning has surprised everyone by suddenly retiring from international cricket at the age of only 31.
Lanning, who has made the Australian team world champion seven times in a career spanning 13 years, says that this is the right time for him to say goodbye to international cricket. Meg Lanning has captained Australia in 182 matches out of 241 matches.
She has played an important role in helping the Kangaroo team win 2 ODI World Cups and 5 T20 World Cups. Under his captaincy, Australia has been made world champion five times. Regarding his retirement from cricket, Lanning said that it was difficult to decide to step away from international cricket, but I think this is the right time. He has scored a lot of runs in his international cricket career.