T20 and Kevin Pietersen, a match made in heaven? The right-hander announced his retirement in 2018, an announcement that marked the end of an amazing career where he scored 5995 runs at a strike rate of 136.
Despite limited international game time, Yasir Arafat was a key bowler for many T20 sides around the world, most notably in the Big Bash for the Perth Scorchers. The fast bowler finished with 281 wickets with 10 4-fers.
The King of variation. As long as Saeed had overs up his sleeve, your team was always in with a chance of winning. The ‘off-spinner’ finished his career in 2017 with 271 wickets. His economy rate during his career was a fantastic 6.5.
Possibly the greatest test batsman of the recent era, Kumar showed power hitting isn’t a necessity in T20 cricket. The elegant left-hander finished his career with 6850 runs at an average of just under 30.
After scoring 4569 runs, ‘Mr.Cricket’ called an end to his career. Whilst he wasn’t the most elegant of batsman, Hussey was a fantastic reader of the game, and understood how to score runs when his team needed them the most.
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