Chennai Super Kings opener to retire from competitive cricket after IPL 2020 Shane Watson
Said. After Chennai’s victory over Kings XI Punjab, Watson announced his decision. Watson told Super Kings teammates that he was retiring from all formats. Before buying Chennai Super Kings Watson for Rs 4 crore in the 2018 auction .. he retired from international cricket.
Watson, who scored a century in the 2018 IPL final, played a key role in Chennai Super Kings winning the title for the third time. Warner scored 555 runs that season. Even in the 2019 final, he was hit and bleeding .. He fought heroically. Watson, who scored 80 off 59 balls, was run out in the last over. Mumbai won by one run.
Watson appears to have been emotional when he announced his retirement from the IPL. Watson is reported to have commented that he feels it is a great honor to play for Chennai.
Watson, who played for Rajasthan Royals in the first season of the IPL, was instrumental in Rajasthan winning the title. He scored 472 runs in his first season and took 17 wickets to become the Player of the Tournament. Watson was acquired by RCB during the 2016 season.
Watson played 145 matches in the Indian Premier League and scored 3874 runs. This includes 4 centuries and 21 half centuries. The Australian all-rounder, who is also a medium pacer, took 92 wickets.
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