South African All-Rounder Chris Morris Retires From All Forms of Cricket
South African Bowler Chris Morris retires from all forms of international cricket. South African all-rounder confirmed his retirement in a message on social media Instagram.
Chris Morris played a total of 69 matches for South Africa in his one-decade professional career. Although he did not get many opportunities in international cricket, Morris was quite regular in franchise tournaments.
Chris Morris has not played for South Africa in the last two and a half years. He last played for South Africa in the 2019 World Cup. He was the highest wicket-taker for South Africa in the World Cup. Even then, for unknown reasons, he did not get another chance in the team.
The 34-year-old all-rounder has taken 94 wickets in 69 matches in three formats for South Africa. Although he could not match himself in international cricket due to a lack of opportunities, he has proved himself in franchise leagues or domestic tournaments. He took 290 wickets in 234 Twenty20 matches. At the same time, he has scored 18 runs at an average of 20.01 with the bat.
Morris is not leaving cricket even though he has said goodbye to playing live. He will coach the Titans, the South African domestic league team. The South African fast bowler confirmed this in his farewell message.
Morris thanked everyone for their support throughout his career. He said, ‘Thanks to everyone big and small. To support me throughout my career. ‘
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