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Ross Taylor bids emotional goodbye to cricket

"It has been a pleasure, I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it," Taylor said while acknowledging his teammates after the match.


"I'll be watching from afar to see how you guys grow, from the other side, but you're in good stead.


"I'll miss you, boys."


Taylor played his first ODI in 2006 and made his Test debut the following year. He retires having made 18,199 runs at an average of 42.72 across 112 Tests, 236 ODIs and 102 T20Is, and while still the No.3 batter in the MRF Tyres ICC Men's ODI Player Rankings.

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9 hours ago, Big Boss said:

Ya with Maxwell back and DK in form, RCB looks formidable. Shahbaz was fantastic too.

also hazlewood, though still a stupid decision to pay so much for hasaranga and not even bid for Chahal

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