New Zealand Cricket resigns Daniel Vettori’s No. 11 ODI shirt

New Zealand Cricket Board has declared that they have resigned the pullover of probably the best player and previous commander Daniel Vettori. Vettori, who has a splendid profession for the Black Caps resigned in 2015, after their misfortune to Australia in the ICC World Cup last that year, which was played down under. The declaration was made during the noteworthy of shirt numbers for the Kiwi Test group for their up and coming Sri Lanka arrangement.

Daniel Vettori likewise captained the group from 2007-2011 and was probably the most youthful player to make his Test debut for Kiwis at 18 years old and is the most topped New Zealand player with 112 Tests to his name. The left-arm spinner has been one of the most productive wicket-takers and even scored some great measure of keeps running in all the three organizations. He picked his 100th Test wicket at 21 years old making him one of the most youthful to do as such.

The cricket board reported that all the New Zealand players who have played 200 ODIs, had their shirt numbers resigned. Vettori, with 291 ODIs to his name, 284 of which wanting New Zealand, is at the pinnacle of that rundown and his number 11 shirt was in the rundown. “Players that speak to New Zealand in 200 ODIs have their shirt number resigned. Daniel Vettori who wore number 11 has played the most ODIs for the BLACKCAPS with 291,” BlackCaps tweeted.

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