New Zealand quick bowler Neil Wagner declared his retirement from international cricket. Wagner’s hard choice came after he was not included in New Zealand’s team for the impending two-match Test series against Australia starting on February 29.

Wagner was informed about the same while he was talking to New Zealand’s lead trainer, Gary Stead. He also expressed his views and said that it’s been an emotional week.

It’s difficult to pull back from something you’ve given such a great deal to and gotten such a great deal out of, yet it’s presently time for others to move forward and take the team forward.

He also added that he participated in each and every snapshot of playing Test cricket for the Black Caps and is pleased with all that we’ve had the option of accomplishing collectively.

He also thanked each and every individual who’d had an influence on where he is today. Neil Wagner made his Test debut against the West Indies in 2012, having played 64 Tests for New Zealand. He took 260 wickets, making him the fifth-most noteworthy wicket-taker.

Wagner’s job for New Zealand has been amazingly instrumental with the ball as well as in the batting division too. In the meantime, Wagner will keep on playing top-notch cricket.


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