BJ Watling retirement | Retiring BJ Watling does wicketkeeping despite injury in his last International match, Goodbye Cricket

BJ Watling retirement | Retiring BJ Watling does wicketkeeping despite injury in his last International match, Goodbye Cricket

BJ Watling retirement from International cricket: New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman BJ Watling came out to keep wicket despite injury in the WTC final against India on Wednesday. This is the last match of his career.

BJ Watling

BJ Watling&nbsp | &nbspPhoto Credits:&nbspAP

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  • BJ Watling is playing the last match of his international career
  • Despite the injury against India, went to wicketkeeping on the last day
  • It was already announced, this will be the last match of the career

New Zealand wicketkeeper BJ Watling came out to keep wickets on the sixth day of the World Test Championship (WTC) final in the morning session despite an injury to the ring finger of his right hand. This is Watling’s farewell match. He had already announced that he would retire from international cricket after the WTC final.

New Zealand’s team landed on the field in the morning under the leadership of this 35-year-old player. Indian captain Virat Kohli also congratulated him on the field. According to New Zealand Cricket, “BJ Watling’s right ring finger was injured during the first session. He had to take treatment during lunch and only after that he came on the field.

Watling, one of New Zealand’s best wicket-keeper batsmen, is playing his 75th Test match. He took the catches of Kohli and vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane in the first session.

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