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England Pacer Steven Finn Has Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

The England pacer Steven Finn has officially announced his retirement from all formats of the game. In his 13-year international cricketing career, Finn has struggled with many injuries and fitness issues.

Finn wore the England jersey in 126 games during his international career, a monument to his talent and perseverance. Among these, he appeared in 36 Test matches, 69 ODIs, and 21 T20 Internationals, displaying his abilities and making an everlasting impression on the cricketing world. His relentless efforts on the field resulted in an impressive tally of 254 international wickets.

However, Finn’s journey was not without its challenges. A knee injury dealt a significant blow, sidelining him for a substantial portion of 2023. This formidable battle with his body ultimately led to the poignant decision to retire from the game he had graced with his exceptional skills and passion.

England Pacer Steven Finn Has Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

In his retirement statement, Finn expressed gratitude for the opportunities he received and the support he garnered throughout his cricketing odyssey. The 34-year-old acknowledged the significance of representing England in 126 games, a feat that surpassed even his wildest dreams. He warmly thanked Sussex Cricket for their unwavering support, particularly during the past year, and cherished the memories created with England, Middlesex, and Sussex, all shared with remarkable individuals.

Steven Finn Career Bowling Stats:

Format Matches Innings Wickets BBI BBM 5W 10W
Test 36 66 125 6/79 9/187 5 0
ODI 69 67 102 5/33 5/33 2 0
T20I 21 21 27 3/16 3/16 0 0
FC 164 570 9/37 15 1
List A 145 201 5/33 5/33 3 0
T20 144 83 176 5/16 5/16 1 0

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Finn’s international debut against Bangladesh in Chattogram on March 12 – 16, 2010, marked the beginning of a remarkable cricketing odyssey. Along the way, he represented notable teams such as England, England Lions, Islamabad United, Manchester Originals, Middlesex, and Otago, each stint adding to the colorful tapestry of his cricketing legacy.

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