New Zealand cricket all-rounder Daniel Vettori on Tuesday has official announced retirement from international cricket.
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The star player made this announcement while talking to the media at Auckland airport stating that the final of International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup 2015 was his last ODI match.
He further termed the ending of his career after playing WC 2015 a pride for him and thanked the cricket fans for supporting and loving him.
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As per details, Vettori has snatched 305 wickets and has played as many as 295 matches in his 18-year of ODI career whereas 36-year-old player has also made 2253 runs with an average of 17.33.