Australian player Shaun Marsh has retired from all formats of cricket

By Ravi - January 14, 2024 - Last updated on Jan 14, 2024 03:51 PM
Australian player Shaun Marsh has retired from all formats of cricket

Australian player Shaun Marsh has retired from all formats of cricket

Australia's Shaun Marsh on Sunday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket with Melbourne Renegades. The final game of the BBL season against Sydney Thunder was the last game of his career. I love playing for the Renegades, I have met some great people over the last five years and the friendships I have made will last a lifetime,” Marsh said in an official statement. This playing group is special. they are my favorite.

Shaun Marsh

Making his debut at the age of just 17, Shaun Marsh came into limelight when he became the first player to receive the Orange Cap in the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008. At that time, Punjab scored runs while playing for Punjab Kings and Kings XI. Scored a total of 616 runs in the season at a strike rate of 139.68. His highest score is 115.

Shaun Marsh Cricket Career

Format Match Inn No Runs HS Avg BF SR 100 200 50 4s 6s
Test 38 68 2 2265 182 34.32 5165 43.85 6 0 10 264 8
ODI 73 72 4 2773 151 40.78 3405 81.44 7 0 15 247 36
T20I 15 15 1 255 47 18.21 248 102.82 0 0 0 15 10
IPL 71 69 7 2477 115 39.95 1866 132.74 1 0 20 266 78

Shaun Marsh played his last match on 13 January

Shaun Marsh played his last match on 13 January against Melbourne Stars and the team won. During this, Marsh made his last match special. Marsh played a match-winning inning of 64 runs in 49 balls with the help of 10 fours. That helped the Renegades defeat the Stars in the Melbourne derby at Docklands Stadium.

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