Aaron Finch, the Australian white-ball captain hasn’t been doing good in International cricket and due to pressure, he has called it quits. As per reports from Australian media, he’ll be making the official announcement on Saturday. His retirement from ODI Cricket for be very immediate as well. He is supposed to retire from T20 cricket after guiding Australia in the upcoming T20 World Cup in 2022.
The tournament will be taking place during October- November and Australia will be defending their crown in their home. It will be perfect timing for him since he’ll play in his home soil.
Aaron Finch is also one of the destructive openers in limited-overs in limited-overs cricket. He’s known for his bowling arrack to the cleaners and is considered to be one of the vital cogs of the national setup.
He is also the skipper of the Australian national cricket team in limited-overs cricket. Finch has been one of the vital cogs of the national setup for a long time now.
His form has been questioned in recent time and he has been getting older. He’s 35 right now and does not have many years to play. The Australian youngsters have a lot of potentials and it would be a better decision to leave some space for the youngsters.
He has given some hints to the media about ending his 11-year-old career. he has played 11 test matches against India and was an aggressive batter. he is considered to be one of the top white-ball players. He played a total of 145 ODIs, and 92 T20s. He scored 5401 and 2855 runs in these two formats respectively. In T20Is he has mustered 17 half centuries.
Aaron Finch has played 92 IPL matches so far and has mustered 2091 runs. He has scored 15 fifties in the cricket league.
It’s his last World Cup and he’ll aim to bring back the cup to his nation. He will be traveling to India in mid-September this year for a three-match T20I series.