New Delhi: The ICC World Test Championship final will be played between India and New Zealand (IND vs NZ) in the month of June. After this match in Southampton, a cricketer will not be seen at the international level.
Watling announced retirement
New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman BJ Watling has announced that he will say goodbye to international cricket after the ICC World Test Championship final against India.
The curtain is set to come down on the career of one of New Zealand’s most widely respected cricketers, with wicket-keeper @B_Jwatling to retire from all cricket after the upcoming Test tour of England. #ENGvNZ # WTC21 https://t.co/XZxj8MDB7X
– BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS) May 11, 2021
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In cricket’s longest format, New Zealand’s BJ Watling is considered among the world’s best wicket-keeper Batsman. Now he will be able to play 3 more Test matches in his career.
Was born in south africa
BJ Watling was born on 9 July 1985 in Durban, South Africa. When he was just 10 years old, he was New Zealand. On behalf of the Kiwi team, he has played 73 Tests, 28 ODIs and 5 T20 Internationals.