Williams retires from T20Is following Bangladesh series


Zimbabwe cricket team all-rounder Sean Williams has retired from T20 Internationals.

The veteran left-hander reportedly made his decision after the just-concluded five-match T20I series in Bangladesh.

Bangladesh won the first four matches of the series before Zimbabwe got a consolation victory on Sunday to give Williams a happy send-off from the format.

Sean Williams

He featured in just the first and last game of the series.

The 37-year-old will continue to represent the country in ODIs and Tests.

Williams featured in 81 T20Is for Zimbabwe, scoring 1691 at a strike rate of 126.38.

He also picked 48 wickets with his left-arm spin.

Neither Zimbabwe Cricket nor Williams are yet to confirm the development, but the Bulawayo-born player reportedly told his teammates of his decision before the start of the fifth T20I.


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