England veteran Sarah Taylor announced her retirement from international cricket
Sarah Taylor, the wicket-keeper batsman of the England women's cricket team, has announced her retirement from international cricket.
The sudden decision to retire from cricket has surprised everyone and the information about Taylor's retirement from cricket has been given by the England Cricket Board. After saying goodbye to cricket, Sara has also given a big statement.
Sarah Taylor said on the occasion, "For me it was an extremely difficult decision but I know that it is the right decision, especially for me and my health." Along with this, she has also said that I want to thank all my colleagues and the board, who supported me a lot throughout my career.
She has said on the achievements achieved during her career that playing for England and wearing this country's jersey was like a dream come true for me. At the same time, I had the privilege of traveling the world and making lifelong best friends.
Significantly, Sarah Taylor started her cricket career in the year 2006. Since which she has scored a total of 6553 runs in her international career. She has scored 300 runs in 10 matches in Test cricket, 4056 runs in 126 ODIs and 2177 runs in 90 T20 Internationals.
Apart from being a great batsman, Taylor is also a great wicketkeeper. Sarah Taylor holds the record for making the most stumps. She has taken 232 victims behind the wickets.