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Corey Anderson retired from international cricket

The all-rounder player from New Zealand Corey Anderson has decided to take retirement from international cricket. Anderson has hit fastest 100 in just 36-balls in ODI against West Indies in January 2014.

  • But, in January 2015, The South African Batsman AB de Villiers broke this record, he hit fastest ODI century in only balls against the West Indies in Johannesburg.

Anderson In Cricket –

ODI Games49
Test Games13
T20 Games31
Total Runs2277 
100’s2
50’s10
Wickets90 

 Corey Anderson Age –

  • He is 29 years old.

What will Anderson do after retirement –

  • He recently signed a contract with Major League Cricket (MLC) the USA for a period of three years. he will play role in Major and Minor League Cricket and coaching ventures under the MLC.

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