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T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement

T20 World Cup 2022: A day after the Netherlands’ historic victory over the South African cricket team in the T20 World Cup 2022, Stephan Myburgh announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket.

Fans should be aware that Myburgh was born in South Africa but chose to play for the Netherlands’ cricket team internationally despite being from that country. Myburgh is well recognized for his spectacular batting displays in the T20 World Cup in 2014.

His top-notch beginnings allowed the Netherlands to advance to the Super 10 stage of that major competition. They also defeated England throughout the competition, and they nearly defeated the South African cricket team as well.

Myburgh played 45 T20I games and 22 ODI games for the Netherlands cricket team throughout his international cricketing career. The Indian Premier League never saw him on the field.

T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement
T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement

Myburgh had a total of 915 runs in T20I cricket, with a 71* as his highest mark. In T20I cricket, he had a strike rate of about 115. In ODIs, he hit four fifty-pluses and five half-centuries. Myburgh, however, was unable to reach the century mark in any type of international cricket.

T20 World Cup 2022: Here Is The Reason Behind His Retirement

When he got 37 runs in a critical game against the South African cricket team yesterday, Stephan Myburgh appeared to be in great shape. He scored six runs against Pakistan and eight runs against Zimbabwe.

Putting the boots up. The honour belongs to God! I consider myself fortunate to have made both my first-class and international debuts in 17 and 12 seasons, respectively. Myburgh posted on Instagram.

“Never in my wildest fantasies would I have envisaged ending my World Cup career with a win against @cricket south Africa my blood will always be green. Myburgh claims that the reason for his choice is to spend more time with his family. He’ll keep playing club cricket, I’m sure.

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T20 World Cup 2022: A day after the Netherlands’ historic victory over the South African cricket team in the T20 World Cup 2022, Stephan Myburgh announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket.

Fans should be aware that Myburgh was born in South Africa but chose to play for the Netherlands’ cricket team internationally despite being from that country. Myburgh is well recognized for his spectacular batting displays in the T20 World Cup in 2014.

His top-notch beginnings allowed the Netherlands to advance to the Super 10 stage of that major competition. They also defeated England throughout the competition, and they nearly defeated the South African cricket team as well.

Myburgh played 45 T20I games and 22 ODI games for the Netherlands cricket team throughout his international cricketing career. The Indian Premier League never saw him on the field.

T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement
T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement

Myburgh had a total of 915 runs in T20I cricket, with a 71* as his highest mark. In T20I cricket, he had a strike rate of about 115. In ODIs, he hit four fifty-pluses and five half-centuries. Myburgh, however, was unable to reach the century mark in any type of international cricket.

T20 World Cup 2022: Here Is The Reason Behind His Retirement

When he got 37 runs in a critical game against the South African cricket team yesterday, Stephan Myburgh appeared to be in great shape. He scored six runs against Pakistan and eight runs against Zimbabwe.

Putting the boots up. The honour belongs to God! I consider myself fortunate to have made both my first-class and international debuts in 17 and 12 seasons, respectively. Myburgh posted on Instagram.

“Never in my wildest fantasies would I have envisaged ending my World Cup career with a win against @cricket south Africa my blood will always be green. Myburgh claims that the reason for his choice is to spend more time with his family. He’ll keep playing club cricket, I’m sure.

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On Sunday, the Netherlands eliminated South Africa from the T20 World Cup with an incredible 13-run victory in Adelaide that also advanced India to the semifinals. Bangladesh and Pakistan are vying for the final position in the tournament’s final four after the latest in a string of upsets.

The final match of Sunday’s triple header, in which table-toppers India take on Zimbabwe in Melbourne while sitting on six points, will determine the final Super 12 standings as well as who will play who in the semifinals.

READ MORE: Aaron Finch Opens Up About His Future, Says He Is Not Going To Retire

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T20 World Cup 2022: A day after the Netherlands’ historic victory over the South African cricket team in the T20 World Cup 2022, Stephan Myburgh announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket.

Fans should be aware that Myburgh was born in South Africa but chose to play for the Netherlands’ cricket team internationally despite being from that country. Myburgh is well recognized for his spectacular batting displays in the T20 World Cup in 2014.

His top-notch beginnings allowed the Netherlands to advance to the Super 10 stage of that major competition. They also defeated England throughout the competition, and they nearly defeated the South African cricket team as well.

Myburgh played 45 T20I games and 22 ODI games for the Netherlands cricket team throughout his international cricketing career. The Indian Premier League never saw him on the field.

T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement
T20 World Cup 2022: Stephan Myburgh Netherlands Player Announces His Retirement

Myburgh had a total of 915 runs in T20I cricket, with a 71* as his highest mark. In T20I cricket, he had a strike rate of about 115. In ODIs, he hit four fifty-pluses and five half-centuries. Myburgh, however, was unable to reach the century mark in any type of international cricket.

T20 World Cup 2022: Here Is The Reason Behind His Retirement

When he got 37 runs in a critical game against the South African cricket team yesterday, Stephan Myburgh appeared to be in great shape. He scored six runs against Pakistan and eight runs against Zimbabwe.

Putting the boots up. The honour belongs to God! I consider myself fortunate to have made both my first-class and international debuts in 17 and 12 seasons, respectively. Myburgh posted on Instagram.

“Never in my wildest fantasies would I have envisaged ending my World Cup career with a win against @cricket south Africa my blood will always be green. Myburgh claims that the reason for his choice is to spend more time with his family. He’ll keep playing club cricket, I’m sure.

READ MORE: Phil Salt Set To Replace Dawid Malan And Bat At No.3 Against Team India In Semi-Final

T20 World Cup 2022: Big Upset Netherlands Beat South Africa

On Sunday, the Netherlands eliminated South Africa from the T20 World Cup with an incredible 13-run victory in Adelaide that also advanced India to the semifinals. Bangladesh and Pakistan are vying for the final position in the tournament’s final four after the latest in a string of upsets.

The final match of Sunday’s triple header, in which table-toppers India take on Zimbabwe in Melbourne while sitting on six points, will determine the final Super 12 standings as well as who will play who in the semifinals.

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