At the age of 68, New Zealand’s legendary player said to cricket, bye-bye: Iwen Chatfield has played 43 Tests and 114 ODIs from New Zealand. During the 43 test matches, Ewan has 123 wickets in the series, during which he has done three times, five times and ten wickets. In the 114 ODIs, Iwen got 140 wickets.
Five ODI matches are being played between India and New Zealand. India has made its name in the first two bouts of this series. The third match of the series will be played on Monday on Bay of Oval. Meanwhile, former New Zealand fast bowler Ewen Chatfield, known as ‘The Naina Express’, announced his retirement on Saturday. Iwen Chatfield said goodbye to cricket at the age of 68. Iwen Chatfield has played 43 Tests and 114 ODIs from New Zealand. During the 43 test matches, Ewan has 123 wickets in the series, during which he has done three times, five times and ten wickets. In the 114 ODIs, Iwen got 140 wickets. Even after the International matches, Ewan did not break the relationship with cricket and played continuously in the domestic tournaments. He also played the last match for his local club Naini Old Boys in Wellington on Saturday. They were out without having to open the account in this match.
After this match, he announced his retirement in front of the media. Talking to the media, Iwen said, “I felt like I can not even contribute 100 percent of my contribution on the field. For this reason, I decided to leave cricket. “Let us know that Ewan has also come on Indian tour during the year 1988-89. However, this visit went bad for them, coming to India, their health deteriorated.
Indeed, when the team came to India, the four team members of the team had a sudden stomach upset. Ewen was also involved in these players, during this time he came on the play ground but could not bowl. Even was about to take the runup for bowling, that he felt some stomach in the stomach and he immediately left the field and walked towards the dressing room.