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Aaron Finch Retirement | ऑस्ट्रेलियाई कप्तान आरोन फिंच का वनडे क्रिकेट से संन्यास, अब सिर्फ टी20 खेलेंगे

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Australia captain Aaron Finch has said he will retire from one-day international cricket after the third and final ODI against New Zealand on Sunday. The 35-year-old Finch has been in poor form for some time now.

Cairns (Australia). Australia captain Aaron Finch has said he will retire from one-day international cricket after the third and final ODI against New Zealand on Sunday. The 35-year-old Finch has been in poor form for some time now. He has averaged just 3.7 runs per innings after scoring 62 runs in the ODI against Sri Lanka in June. He also failed to open an account in three of these rounds.

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Cricket Australia said in a statement issued on Saturday that Finch will continue to captain Australia in T20 and the team will participate in the T20 World Cup to be held in October-November under his leadership. Finch, who played a total of 145 ODIs in his career, said: “It has been a wonderful journey with some very good memories attached to it. I was fortunate to be part of a great ODI team. He said: ” Now it is time to hand over the responsibility to the new captain so that he can prepare the team for the next World Cup. I express my gratitude to all those who have helped me on this journey.

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One of the most explosive openers in world cricket, Finch scored 5401 runs in ODIs and averaged around 40 runs per innings. innings. He also scored 17 centuries in this format. He captained Australia in 54 matches. Following this decision by Finch, Australia will have to find a new captain before the World Cup to be held in India next year. Australia’s Test captain Pat Cummins has already indicated that he does not want to lead the ODI team.

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