BRETT LEE DEPARTS FROM INTERNATIONAL ARENA
The world’s second fastest bowler Brett lee has retired from international after the series with England was over.
He returned back to Australia due a calf strain ,the latest in a long line of injuries
380 wickets have been taken by Brett Lee and he was just a single wicket behind Australia’s famous great Glenn McGrath with an average of 23.36 from 221 matches
Brett lee said that there is a point in life when you have to decide that you aren’t that capable to serve the country as the time has passed and the demands of the games could not be fulfilled anymore
One his famous battle was with England’s darling namely Flintoff also known as Freddie in the Ashes 2005
The test debut of Brett Lee was against India in 1999 and in the millennium year he could one day cap
He wanted to participate in the T20 world cup later this year in Sri lanka but the result was not as he wanted and his final appearance was in the fourth one day against England at Chester le Street last week.
IPL and the Australian domestic cricket circle will be still enjoying the thrill of the fast bowler and the main reason for that is the attitude of a player in these formats are different from the international one as these domestic circles donot require 100% fitness ,physical and mental toughness
Jhone Inverarity who is the current Australian national selector said that he was the most outstanding bowler he has seen and his statistics endorses his statements which form the significant part of his legacy and because of Brett Lee the young Australian are inspired to play cricket and bowl fast