Australia’s fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has announced his retirement from all formats of the game. Left-arm fast bowler Johnson had said goodbye to International Cricket three years ago. He said that he is retiring from all formats of cricket because his body stopped giving up in bowling. Due to the great bowling performance in the Ashes series against England, Johnson will be remembered for a long time.
The 36-year-old player had left the Perth scorchers of Twenty20 Big Bash League last month but he did not refuse to play in the Indian Premier League or another domestic T20 tournament. Johnson wrote in a news website, “Now all is finished. I threw my last ball. Took your last wicket. Today, I announce my retirement from all formats of cricket. “Johnson, capable of throwing the ball at a speed of over 140 kilometres per hour, said,” I had hoped to continue playing in various T20 tournaments all over the world, Maybe until mid-next year. But my body has started answering now. ‘
He said that he had felt a problem in the back of this year’s IPL and, ‘Perhaps it was an indication that it was time to move forward.’ Johnson said, “If I can not play 100% Can give And it’s always a matter of team for me. “Johnson had taken 313 wickets in Australia’s 73 Tests. He has taken 239 wickets in 153 ODIs and 38 wickets in 30 T20 Internationals. After retiring from international cricket, he was associated with Perth Scorchers. He has played for Mumbai Indians, Kolkata Knight Riders and Kings XI Punjab in the IPL.