Both Tests against Bangladesh are Taylor’s last

And only two Tests, and six ODIs. This is the last for Lotte Taylor or Ross Taylor will then retire from international cricket. Although not known by this name, Ross Taylor is known to the cricket world as one.

Playing cricket for New Zealand, Taylor, only the second of Samoan descent, has relied heavily on the Kiwi middle order in Tests and ODIs for more than a decade. After scoring 18,000 runs in three formats, Taylor finally decided it was time to pick up the bat-pad.

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First, he will retire from Tests, that is why he has chosen the series against Bangladesh. After that, he will play a total of 6 ODIs against Australia and the Netherlands and will also bid farewell to the white ball. The 36-year-old said this from his Twitter account.

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Today I’m announcing my retirement from international cricket at the conclusion of the home summer, two more tests against Bangladesh, and six odi’s against Australia & the Netherlands. Thank you for 17 years of incredible support. It’s been an honor to represent my country #234 – Ross Taylor

7584 in Tests and 8591 in ODIs; In both formats, Taylor’s run is New Zealand’s highest. There are 40 centuries in total. He is also the first cricketer in the world to play 100 matches in each of the three formats.

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