A series of four matches has been played between the South African team and the Australia team from March 1. But in the meantime there is a big news related to the South Africa team.
Indeed, the big news related to the South African team is that a South African fast bowler has announced his retirement.
Morne Morkel’s announcement of retirement after Australia series
South African fast bowler Morne Morkel has announced his retirement from the four-match Test series between South Africa and Australia from March 1.
Let us tell you that the test series will be played between South Africa and Australia from March 1 to April 3 and after the end of this Test series. Morne Morkel will announce the retirement.
Say goodbye to all kind of cricket
South African fast bowler Morkel will say goodbye to all cricket. He had recently played Test and ODI series against the Indian team. Where he was performing well. He had taken just two wickets in five ODIs against the Indian team. He had taken 13 wickets in three Tests of the Test series against the Indian team.
Morne Morkel’s Cricket career
Let’s tell you that Morne Morkel, the veteran fast bowler of South Africa, has played 83 Test matches, 117 ODIs and 44 T20 matches in his cricket career.
Morkel has taken 294 wickets at an average of 28.08 in Tests, 47 wickets in 117 one-day matches. 188 wickets at an average of 25.32 and an average of 25.34 in 44 T20 matches. Morne Morkel made his debut against the Indian team on the field of Durban in 2006.