New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum confirm that he will retire from international cricket after February’s Test arrangement against Australia.

The 34-year-old batsman has affirmed that the two-Test arrangement against Australia in February will be his last. McCullum is second on New Zealand’s unsurpassed Test run scorers, with 6,273 keeps running from 99 matches.

“I’ve cherished my chance to play for, and skipper the Black Caps. In any case, every single good thing need to reach an end, and I’m only appreciative for the brilliant experience,” he said on Tuesday. Kane Williamson will commander New Zealand at the World Twenty20 in India, which begins on 8 March.

McCullum, who made his Test debut in 2004 against South Africa, turned into the first New Zealander to score a triple century when he came to 302 against India in February 2014.

“We’ll observe Brendon’s great commitment to New Zealand and world cricket toward the end of the season. Until further notice, we need to offer him some assistance with preparing for the up and coming seven weeks with the base of diversions.”

New Zealand are unbeaten in home Tests following 2013, and came to the last of the current year’s Cricket World Cup under McCullum.

He has scored 5,909 keeps running at a normal of 30.30 in 254 one-day internationals, and 2,140 keeps running at 35.66 in 71 T20 internationals. Because of rebuilding expenses, which incorporate the offer of its Indonesian TV plant, Toshiba said it expected a net loss of around 550 billion yen ($4.53 billion) in this financial year finishing in March.

It additionally reported a 37.8 billion yen net misfortune for the last money related year to reflect more expenses and preservationist gauges on operations, including the South Texas Project, a US influence plant venture. A free bookkeeping test said in July that the organization experienced brokenness in administration and a society of disheartening representatives from scrutinizing their bosses.

Throughout the years, its previous officials frequently assumed key strategy counseling parts in government.

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