BREAKING News : Stuart Broad to Retire from Cricket After Ashes Ends
English Cricketer Stuart Broad to Retire from Cricket After Ashes 2023
England fast bowler Stuart Broad has announced that he will retire from cricket after the Ashes series. The 36-year-old, who has taken 551 wickets in 154 Tests, made the announcement on Twitter on Tuesday.
The choice, Broad added, has been incredibly difficult, but I think it is the right one for me and my family. Broad said. “I have loved every minute of my time playing for England, but I feel that the time is right to step down and allow the next generation of cricketers to take over.”
Broad made his Test debut in 2007 and has been a key member of the England team ever since. He is the joint-leading wicket-taker for England in Tests, alongside James Anderson. Broad has also been a successful bowler in white-ball cricket, taking 197 wickets in 121 ODIs and 57 wickets in 57 T20Is.
Broad declared, I am immensely proud of what I have accomplished in my career.
I have had the privilege of playing with some of the greatest cricketers in history and I have created lifelong memories.
Broad’s retirement is a major loss for England cricket. He is a world-class bowler who has been a consistent performer for many years. However, Broad has said that he is confident that England have the talent to replace him.
Broad stated, I am aware that England has many good young bowlers coming through. I have no doubt that they will be able to uphold my legacy and take England cricket to even greater heights.
Broad’s retirement will be a sad day for cricket fans around the world. He is a true legend of the game and his absence will be felt for many years to come. However, Broad can be proud of his achievements and he can look forward to enjoying his retirement with his family.
*Here are some of Broad’s career highlights:*
* 551 Test wickets, joint-most for England
* 197 ODI wickets
* 57 T20I wickets
* 2007 ICC World Twenty20 champion
* 2010 ICC World Twenty20 runner-up
* 2013 Ashes series winner
* 2019 Ashes series winner
*Broad’s retirement is a significant moment in English cricket history. He is one of the most successful bowlers in the history of the game and his absence will be felt for many years to come. However, Broad can be proud of his achievements and he can look forward to enjoying his retirement with his family.