Daniel Vettori scalped 297 wickets in 291 ODIs enjoying for Recent Zealand.© Twitter
Historical Recent Zealand captain Daniel Vettori’s jersey number 11 has been retired, Recent Zealand Cricket (NZC) tweeted on Monday. This determination used to be in accordance to cricket board’s existing policy wherein any player who represents Recent Zealand in at least 200 One-day Internationals (ODIs) hang their jersey numbers retired. Vettori (291) played the maximum fashion of ODIs for Recent Zealand.
Confirming their determination, NZC on Monday tweeted: “Avid gamers that symbolize Recent Zealand in 200 ODIs hang their shirt number retired.Daniel Vettoriwho wore number 11 has played the most ODIs for the Unlit Caps with 291″.
Avid gamers that symbolize Recent Zealand in 200 ODIs hang their shirt number retired. Daniel Vettori who wore number 11 has played the most ODIs for the BLACKCAPS with 291.pic.twitter.com/5oeGPKdnEK
— BLACKCAPS (@BLACKCAPS)August 5, 2019
In a subsequent tweet, NZC additionally printed the Test jersey numbers of its players earlier than the 2 suitsin opposition to Sri Lanka, starting on August 14.
Left-arm spinner Vettori scalped 297 wickets in 291 ODIs he played for Recent Zealand. He additionally picked up eight wickets enjoying ICC World XI in four suits. He scored 2,253 runs which included four half of-centuries.
The 40-year-weak additionally played 113 Checks by which he picked 362 wickets and accumulated 4,531 runs, including six centuries and 23 fifties.
He used to be the captain of Recent Zealand between 2007 and 2011. He is the eighth player in Test historical past to take 300 wickets and fetch 3,000 runs.
After retiring in 2015, Vettori used to be associated with Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) as a head coach till 2019 season.
Closing month, he used to be appointed as the hotfoot-bowling coach by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). Vettori, Recent Zealand’s yarn wicket-taker, will work for 100 days main up to subsequent year’s World Twenty20 in Australia starting with the November tour of India.
(With IANS inputs)