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Stuart Broad Has Announced His Retirement From International Cricket

The English pacer Stuart Broad has announced his retirement from international cricket. The veteran cricketer will hang up his boots after the conclusion of the ongoing 5th Ashes Test, marking the end of an outstanding 17-year career.

Stuart Broad’s journey in international cricket commenced with a T20I debut against Pakistan at County Ground on August 28, 2006. Since then, he has been an indispensable part of the England cricketing setup, leaving an indelible mark with his exceptional bowling skills.

Throughout his remarkable career, Broad has amassed a staggering 600+ Test wickets, 178 ODI wickets, and 65 T20I wickets, accumulating 800+ international wickets. His impressive wickets tally in the Ashes series is a testament to his dominance, making him the leading wicket-taker for England in the coveted tournament and the third-highest in Ashes history.

Stuart Broad Has Announced His Retirement From International Cricket

Reflecting on his retirement decision, Broad said, “Tomorrow or Monday will be my last game of cricket. It’s been a wonderful ride, a huge privilege to wear the Nottinghamshire and England badge for as much as I have.” His words echo the sentiments of cricket fans worldwide, captivated by his skill and determination on the field.

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Stuart Broad Career Bowling Stats:

Format Matches Innings Wickets BBI BBM 5W 10W
Test 166 307 600 8/15 11/121 20 3
ODI 121 121 178 5/23 5/23 1 0
T20I 56 55 65 4/24 4/24 0 0
FC 264 948 8/15 11/121 32 4
List A 151 216 5/23 5/23 1 0
T20 85 83 100 4/24 4/24 0 0

Stuart Broad played for England, Hobart Hurricanes, Kings XI Punjab, Leicestershire, Marylebone Cricket Club, and Nottinghamshire.

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