Australia Captain Aaron Finch Announce Retirement from ODI Cricket
Aaron Finch, the captain of Australia, was struggling with the bat in ODIs due to poor form, he retires from ODI a year before the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The third match of the current ODI series against New Zealand will be Finch’s final ODI appearance.
Aron Finch announced his retirement from ODI cricket during a press conference on Saturday (September 10). This implies that Australia will have a new captain prior to the 2023 ODI World Cup in India. This year, his batting form is terrible! After 13 ODIs in 2022, Finch averaged just 196 runs per match.
Where he was out five times with no runs scored. Finch believed it was the proper moment to retire from ODIs given the dire circumstances. He stated at a news conference that Aron Finch resigned a year ago to provide the new skipper time to construct the team before the 2023 ODI World Cup.
The Australian skipper thanked the cricket board, his players, and the fans most of all for their support throughout the highs and lows of his career. Finch has participated in 145 ODIs for Australia.
Where he led Australia in 30 matches, he led the team in 54. With the bat, Finns averaged 5041 runs across 17 centuries and 30 fifties. Even if he exits ODI, he will continue to play T20 for the foreseeable future. This right-handed batsman will captain Australia at the next Twenty20 World Cup in Australia.