Brendon McCullum retirement: How cricket fraternity reacted to the news

McCullum has also been a proven leader for New Zealand and a great servant of cricket.

Brendon McCullum retirement: How cricket fraternity reacted to the news

New Delhi: Cricket's one of the most finest and aggressive batsman Brendon McCullum, is set to retire from international cricket in February.

The 34-year-old New Zealand batsman has confirmed his last outing for the Black Caps will be against Australia in February.

 

The Kiwis play Australia in a two-match Test series.

McCullum has played 99 Test matches and will cross the three-figure mark against Australia to highlight a remarkable career for his country.

He has been one of the most finest cricketer with emphatic capability with bat, gloves and fielding. McCullum has also been a proven leader for New Zealand and a great servant of cricket.

 

Only 34 years of age still, one wonders he could have played a little longer.

Here are the reactions of cricket fraternity on McCullum's retirment to take place in February.

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