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A huge relieve for Aaron Finch, post his ODI retirement??

Aussie white ball captain has bid adieu to One Day International cricket following the third and final match against New Zealand at Cairns. The World Cup winning captain has decided to give up on the 50 overs format, though he will be leading the T20I team.

After a series of low scores, Finchi decided to call it quits after the conclusion of the Chappell-Hadlee trophy. However, at the peak of his time, Aaron Finch was one of the most destructive batters of the lot.

Moreover, speaking after the clean sweep against New Zealand in the series, Finch said that he is glad that he would not have to field for 50 overs anymore. In a short farewell speech, he thanked his parents and his wife for making sacrifices so that he could achieve what he had dreamt of as a child.

“Pretty good, glad I don’t want to field 50 overs anymore. My family has sacrificed so much for me to achieve all that I have, always grateful for that,” said the Melbourne Renegades player.

“The partnership between Steve and Marnus was brilliant, to get to 260 after one of the slowest starts was just amazing. Our bowling has been good, everyone has contributed,” speaking about Steve Smith’s gutsy ton and Marnus Labuschagne crucial half century.

Australia travel to India ahead of their three match T20I series against the Men in Blue, starting from September 20.

“We go to Sydney tomorrow for a photoshoot and then to India on Thursday, so it is a quick turnaround,” added Finch on his upcoming schedule.

“There’s just so many people to thank, everyone who’s been there for me since club cricket. I’m super thankful for my wife and kids to stick with me through all my ups and downs. Will always be grateful to them,” which was the end of the Aussie man’s stint in ODI cricket.

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