- Ireland all-rounder Kevin O’Brien, recalled in the realm of cricket for his.
- Century against England in the 2011 ICC World Cup, which helped the Irish draw.
- Surprise in 50-over cricket, has reported his retirement from global cricket.
Kevin O’Brien, who made his worldwide presentation in an ODI in June 2006, proceeded to address the group.
In 3 Tests, 153 ODIs and 110 T20Is. He scored in 5850 runs in global cricket and got 172 wickets.
O’Brien declared his retirement in a long post that he shared on Twitter. In his post O’Brien said that he had expected to retire in the wake of playing in the impending T20 World Cup, yet absence of chances has driven him to take the choice to hang his boots.
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— Kevin O’Brien (@KevinOBrien113) August 16, 2022
“Today I announce my retirement from international cricket after 16 years and 389 caps for my country. I had hoped to finish my career at the T20 World Cup in Australia but having not been picked for the Irish squad since last year’s World Cup, I feel that the selectors and management are looking elsewhere.
“I have partaken in each moment playing for Ireland, caused numerous companions on the pitch and I to have such countless cheerful recollections to recall from my time playing for the National side,” he composed.
“I have enjoyed every minute playing for Ireland, made many friends on the pitch and I have so many happy memories to remember from my time playing for the National side. It’s now onto the next stage of my life and my career for me, the time is right. I want to continue to grow my own Coaching Academy here in Ireland and I have some exciting opportunities coming up in the near future. I also want to continue to gain coaching experience overseas and hopefully will have more opportunities with some international and professional sides in the near future,” O’Brien added further.