Bouncer king Neil Wagner Retirement Announcement..!!

New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner has announced his retirement from international cricket. He has announced his retirement at the age of 37. Neil Wagner, a native of South Africa, migrated to new zealand in 2008 after not getting a proper opportunity to play cricket in his country. There, he fought for a place in the local team and made it to the new zealand Test team in 2012. Neil Wagner, who initially bowled with high speed and accuracy in Test matches, later improved and took the name of the best fast bowler in the world in bowling accurate bouncers.
Wagner, who played only in Test matches, has kept Steve Smith, the best Test batsman, from getting a run many times. His bouncers hit the body of many batsmen. Contrary to the claim that fast bowlers cannot bowl many overs consistently, Wagner has the power to bowl continuously for long periods. At the age of 12, Neil Wagner became a fast bowler after watching South African fast bowler Allan Donald bowl menacingly to England's Mike Atherton in a Test match. He has taken 260 wickets in 64 Test matches for the new zealand team since 2012. His bowling average is 27.57 and his strike rate is 52.7. This is the second-best strike rate among new zealand bowlers. Only Sir richard Hadley has a better strike rate than Wagner.  As the new zealand team is going to play the next two-match test series against the Australian team, Neil Wagner has not been selected for the team for that. Wagner decided to retire after being informed by new zealand coach Gary Stead that he would not be allowed to play. At this stage, the new zealand team honored him by asking him to advise them as a substitute in the first match of the Australian Test series. Neil Wagner announced his retirement along with coach Gary Stead ahead of the first Test.

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