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The Star ALL-Rounder Dan Christian announce retirement

The Star ALL-Rounder: Dan Christian, the star all-arounder, announced his retirement following the conclusion of the BBL.

One of the most accomplished players in T20 cricket history, Dan Christian, has declared he will retire after the current BBL season with the Sydney Sixers.

Christian, 39, has currently played 405 T20 matches, scoring 5809 runs and claiming 280 wickets. He will play in at four more games, contingent on selection. And the Sixers, who finished in the top two of the regular season standings. Are two chances play in the BBL final. according to espncricinfo.

The Star ALL-Rounder statement

“Yesterday at training I told by Sydney Sixers teammates. That I’ll be retiring from playing at the end of the BBL season,” Christian posted on Twitter on Saturday morning. “Sydney Smash tonight, followed by our last round game against the Hurricanes, and then the finals.

“Hopefully we can go all the way again this season, but regardless, it’s been a great run. I’ve achieved things and made some memories that I could only have dreamt of as a kid.””What I didn’t expect to learn as a kid though, is how many people. Going to come in contract. With that have had an influence on my career and ended up becoming lifelong friends,” he added. “I’m looking forward to now having the time to catch up with you all and not having to use the excuse: “Sorry, I’ve got cricket.”

Over the past ten years, as his career shifted more and more toward T20. Christian has had success all over the world. He has nine domestic T20 championships. Under his belt since 2010, most notably the 2020–21 BBL with Sixers, two years after he assisted Melbourne Renegades to victory.

The influence Christian can have was demonstrated in those two BBL seasons. For the Renegades in 2018–19, he scored 254 runs and took 15 wickets. Winning player of the match in the low-scoring final, and in 2020–21, he scored 272 runs with a strike rate of 182.55 and took 15 wickets.

Although he unexpectedly made a comeback to Australia’s ODI team in 2021. When he played against West Indies in the Caribbean with the team missing numerous first-choice players. Owing to Covid restrictions, his last first-class match was in 2018.

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