World Cup 2023: In this news, we are telling you about these players, who surprised everyone by retiring within the last 1 month.

World Cup 2023: There is about 2 months left in the ODI World Cup 2023 to be held in India. Before this, the process of retirement of cricketers is going on in England. In the last 1 month, 4 veterans surprised everyone by taking retirement. There is also 1 veteran who has won his team 2 World Cups. Although this player took retirement from ODI format last year. This retired player had the power to single-handedly turn the tide of the match.

Name of these players included
The names of Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali, Alex Hales were already included in the list of players who retired in the last 1 month, in which fast bowler Steven Finn has also been included. This bowler said goodbye to all formats of cricket on 14 August 2023. Troubled by the injury, he has taken this decision.

  1. Stuart Broad: England’s star bowler Stuart Broad has also said goodbye to international cricket. He announced his retirement from international cricket on 27 July 2023 in the middle of the last Test of the Ashes series. Shocking Twist: England’s Four Star Players Retire, Single-Handedly Altering World Cup 2023 Matches.
  1. Moeen Ali: The left-handed batsman had said goodbye to Test cricket after the last match of the Ashes series 2022-23 along with Stuart Broad. He has scored 3094 runs in 68 matches of his Test career. He has also taken 204 wickets. After retiring last year, Ali returned for the Ashes series 2023 at the behest of Ben Stokes. In the last match of this series, he again announced his retirement from Test cricket.
  1. Alex Helms: Alex Hales said goodbye to international cricket on 4 August 2023. He has scored 573 runs in 11 Tests for England at an average of 27. He has scored 2419 runs in 70 ODIs. Hales has 2074 runs in 75 T20 matches. In the T20 World Cup played in the year 2022, this player had performed amazingly and contributed significantly in making England the winner.
  2. Steven Finn: Fast bowler Steven Finn, who played for England for almost 13 years, has said goodbye to international cricket on 14 August 2023. Distressed by the injury, he announced his retirement. This player has taken 125 wickets in 36 Test matches. He has 102 wickets in 69 ODIs while 27 in 21 T20 matches.
  3. Ben Stokes:England team’s star all-rounder Ben Stokes had announced his retirement from ODI format in July 2022. He has taken 197 wickets with 6117 runs in 97 Tests. This player took 74 victims in 105 ODIs and scored 2924 runs. In 43 T20 matches, Stokes scored 585 runs and took 26 wickets. England had contributed significantly in winning the ODIs of the year 2019 and the T20 World Cup of the year 2022.

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