Farewell Brendon McCullum

New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum was bowled out of the one day International’s with a 55 run win over the world’s no.1 team. It also gave the Kiwis a 2-1 series win over the Aussies.

A powerful batsman and an insightful captain, Brendon Mccullum is a bona fide star. Mccullum comes from a family of cricketers with his elder brother Nathan also playing for the Black caps, while his father Stuart played first class cricket during the late 70’s and 80’s.  His one day debut for the black caps came against Australia in the year 2001-02. And since then he has helped his team achieve heights in the International cricket.

The Black Caps skipper, one of the most destructive hitters in the game, plays his 260th and final ODI and signs off with 6083 runs and five centuries.

The legend will also retire from Test cricket after a match against the same team soon before the T-20 world cup.
Good bye Bazz!

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