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Sunday, August 19, 2018

This Australian Bowler Retires From All Formats of Cricket.

Mitchell Johnson Retires From All Format.@HitmeSix

This Australian Retires From all formats of Cricket.

Mitchell Johnson who is known for its fast bowling is Retired now from all Formats of cricket.Last month, Johnson had also announced that he would retire from the franchise-based Big Bash League. Johnson had played a vital role in helping
Perth Scorchers lift the BBL title in the 2016-17 season by taking 13 wickets at 15.46.

Johnson, who made his international debut against New Zealand in Christchurch in 2005, ended up with 590 international wickets. He snared 313 Test wickets at an average of 28.40. The high point of his Test career came in the 2013-14 Ashes when he bowled with pace and venom to snare a staggering 37 wickets at just 13.97. He also gave a good account of himself in the subsequent Test series versus South Africa, picking up 22 wickets at 17.36. He played his final Test match against New Zealand in Perth during the 2015-16 season.

 "It is over. I've bowled my final ball. Taken my final wicket. Today I announce my retirement from all forms of cricket," Johnson quoted as saying by PerthNow. "I had hoped to continue playing in various Twenty20 competitions around the world. But the fact is my body is starting to shut down. During this year's Indian Premier League tournament I had a few back problems and that was probably a sign that it was time to move on.

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