This player said goodbye to cricket after scoring 66 centuries, career lasted for 26 years
Former England left-handed batsman Marcus Trescothick played his last professional cricket match on Thursday. Trescothick is considered one of England's finest opener batsmen, although this batsman retired from international cricket in 2008 but continued to play first class cricket. Now when he turned 43 years old, Trescothick decided to say goodbye to the first-class match too.
Their names are 66 centuries
Marcus Trescothick, who made his first class debut in 1993, played cricket for 26 years. During this period, the English batsman played 391 matches, scoring 26234 runs.Among England's finest batsmen
Former English cricketer Marcus Trescothick was also born on 25 December. Trescothick, popularly known as Banger on the cricket field, is among the selected English cricketers with more than 10,000 international runs. Trescothick entered international cricket in 2000. Although he could no longer be a part of the England cricket team for a long time, the length of time he played cricket troubled the bowlers. Trescothick has scored 5825 runs in 76 matches in Tests, while in ODIs he scored 4335 runs in 123 matches. Trescothick has 12 centuries in ODI cricket. Trescothick also played three T20 Internationals for England in which he scored 166 runs at an average of 55.33, including two half-centuries. He dropped out of the team after playing three T20 Internationals.