There is panic in the New Zealand cricket team! Former cricketer said- "Neil Wagner was forced into retirement" There is panic in the New Zealand cricket team! Former cricketer said- "Neil Wagner was forced into retirement"

There is panic in the New Zealand cricket team! Former cricketer said- "Neil Wagner was forced into retirement"

There is panic in the New Zealand cricket team! Former cricketer said- "Neil Wagner was forced into retirement"


New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner had announced his retirement through a press conference before the start of the series. During this time he looked quite emotional.

Former New Zealand star batsman Ross Taylor has created a stir in the cricket world by making a shocking claim. The former cricketer has said that fast bowler Neil Wagner was forced to take retirement from international cricket, which points to the possibility of unrest in the Kiwi camp.

Had announced retirement through press conference
A two-match test series is being played between New Zealand and Australia, the first test of which Australia has won by 172 runs. Now the second test will start from March 8. New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner had announced his retirement through a press conference before the start of the series. During this time he looked quite emotional. However, 37-year-old Wagner had entered the field as a substitute fielder during the first Test and had also taken drinks on several occasions.

"Wagner was forced into retirement"
Taylor, speaking on ESPN's Around the Wicket podcast, said, "I think it all makes sense a little bit now. I think Wagner was forced into retirement. If you listen to Wagner's press conference, He wanted to say that he would take retirement after the last Test, so he made himself available."

Wagner bid farewell to his 64-Test career last week and became the country's fifth-highest wicket-taker with 260 dismissals. Wagner was selected in Pat Cummins's squad for the two home Test matches against Australia, but was told by head coach Gary Stead that he would not play in either match. Born and raised in Pretoria, South Africa, Wagner moved to New Zealand in 2008.

Was Neil Wagner forced to retire, Kane Williamson broke his silence, said - "For someone to retire"

Kane Williamson on Neil Wagner Retirement: While addressing reporters along with current captain Tim Southee, Williamson said that he had not seen Taylor's comments. Both Southee and Williamson will play their 100th Test.

New Delhi : Kane Williamson on Wednesday rejected former batsman Ross Taylor's suggestion that top New Zealand fast bowler Neil Wagner was 'forced to retire' before the start of the two-Test series against Australia at home. . Let us tell you, fast bowler Wagner had announced his international retirement on the eve of the first Test in Wellington. For the series against Australia, Wagner was not included in the playing eleven of the first match of the series, after which he announced his retirement. However, this fast bowler was seen crying in the press conference. However, 37-year-old Wagner entered the field as a substitute fielder in the first Test and on some occasions he even went to the field with a drink. Let us tell you, New Zealand had to lose this match.

After the announcement of Neil Wagner's retirement, former team captain Ross Taylor suggested in a podcast on 'ESPNcricinfo' that it seems that Wagner has been forced into retirement. Taylor said, "I think it all makes sense a little bit now. I think it's a forced retirement. If you listened to Wagner's press conference he was retiring but it was in this last Test match. "It was after (against Australia). So he made himself available."

While addressing reporters along with current captain Tim Southee, Williamson said that he had not seen Taylor's comments. Both Southee and Williamson will play their 100th Test. Williamson was quoted by the 'NZ Herald' as saying, "I don't think anyone is forced to retire. Last week (Wagner) had a great week reflecting on an incredible career and we have a great feeling in the dressing room." There were some amazing moments. Of course it was not perfect, the performance on the field would have helped."

"But it was much more than that and he's done incredible things for this team and we've seen how much skill he has and the stats that everyone looks at," he said. Williamson said, "But you know he gave his heart and soul to the team and led it in a big way for so long. It's been incredible and that's why it was a very special week. I think "They really had a wonderful time." Meanwhile, Williamson refused to be a part of such discussions in the New Zealand camp. Williamson said, "I am not involved in those discussions, but as far as I know he has now retired."

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