How would history remember Brett Lee? As a tear-away fast bowler, who did justice to his talent and was among the best of his generation. As a bowler who picked up above 300 wickets in Tests as well as ODIs, and was, after the retirement of Glenn McGrath, the leader of the Aussie attack.
One of the world’s fastest bowlers in the modern era – Brett Lee has announced his retirement today from International Cricket with immediate effect. The 35-year-old Brett Lee had already retired from Test Cricket a couple of years back and since then was only figuring in ODIs and T20Is for the Aussies.
Australia are going to miss the services of senior players – Shane Watson and Brett Lee for the fifth and final ODI at Old Trafford in Manchester. The duo had sustained calf injuries during the Fourth ODI at Chester-le-Street. Australia have already lost the ODI Series 0-3.