One of the most difficult things I have ever found in cricket in bowling in a pitch which has been made for the batsmen. But there are a few bowlers who are really talented to produce breakthroughs in such a pitch and lead way for their team towards the victory. But when those bowlers retire from the team, it feels really discouraging for other teammates. We have come up with a list of bowlers who are expected to retire after this ODI 2019 cricket world cup.
BOWLERS TO TAKE RETIREMENT AFTER ICC ODI CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019
This list might have the name of your favorite bowler. But you don’t have to make your heart small. They have served your country and it is the time that they give a chance to new youngsters to do something for the country as well. Check out the expected list of bowlers who might retire after this ODI world cup.
Dale Steyn has been one of the most feared bowlers in Cricket for a long time now but with injuries taking a toll on his body now, the ICC CWC 2019might just be the last time we ever get to see the fast bowler play Cricket. You can also follow the live scores of matches with commentary online.
The curly haired death bowling sensation, Malinga will go down as one of the best Sri Lanka bowlers and among the top players to ever play Cricket. However, recurring injuries have finally seemed to break down his body with the CWC 2019 looking likely to be his last tournament.
Plunkett has been around the International scene for a long time now but has only managed to play 65 ODIs in all for the Three Lions. However, with him being in the form of his life, Plunkett is also set to play in the 2019 cricket world cup for England which could possibly be his last tournament before retiring from the sport.
Ashwin has been a great servant for the Indian Cricket team for a number of years now. With injuries hampering his year last time around and the emergence of younger bowlers such as Chahal, Ashwin might well be looking at his final World Cup tournament in 2019 before bowing out of the sport. You can catch all the matches online through live streaming.
Tahir has been one of the standout performers for the South African team for 4-5 years now, providing the world with many highlights. However, with him being at the wrong side of 39 years of age when the CWC 2019 rolls around, it looks like it would most probably be the last time we play spread his hands wide and run around the ground to celebrate a wicket.