West Indies batsman Lyndell Simmons has announced his retirement from international cricket. He scored 3,763 points in all forms of West Indies cricket. Born on June 25, 1985 in Trinidad, Lyndell Simmons made his West Indies debut in 2006. He made his international debut through an ODI match against Pakistan. He played his last ODI match for West Indies in 2015. After that he was not part of the team due to poor form and injury. He scored 1958 points in 68 ODIs for West Indies with an average of 31.58. He managed to score only two centuries in his ODI career.
Simmons audition career wasn’t very good. He made his debut in the West Indies in 2009 and played his last test match against Bangladesh in 2011. During his two-year test career, he only played 8 matches. During this, Simmons scored 278 points for an average of 17.38.
Lendl Simmons’ career in T20 has been better than both of the other formats. Simmons scored 1,527 points in 68 T20 games for West Indies. During this 9 half century record. Caribbean Premier League franchises Trinbago Knight Riders FC have confirmed Lindos Simmons’ retirement on their official Twitter account.
Lendl Simmons has played many great roles in the IPL as well. He participated in 4 seasons of IPL. His best performance came in 2015, when he scored 540 points in 13 games this season. He was part of the Mumbai Indians. In the IPL, he scored 1079 points in 29 matches. In 2014, he also scored a century in the IPL.
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Earlier on Monday, former West Indies captain and wicket-keeper Dinesh Ramdin announced his retirement from international cricket with immediate effect. Dinesh Ramdin provided information about his retirement via social media. He last played for the West Indies in December 2019. Legendary England legend Ben Stokes announced his retirement from cricket today. He will play his last ODI match against South Africa on Tuesday.