McGrath applauds ‘true champion’ as Stuart Broad announces shock retirement


Stuart Broad has made the shock announcement that he will retire from cricket after the current Test match with Australia at The Oval is over, bringing down the curtain on one of the most distinguished careers in the English game.

“Tomorrow or Monday will be my last game of cricket,” the 37-year-old Broad announced on Sky Sports after the fourth day’s play of the final Ashes Test on Saturday in which he’s been playing another significant role.

“It’s been a wonderful ride, a huge privilege to wear the Nottinghamshire and the England badge as much as I have.

“I’m loving cricket as much as I ever have and it’s been such a wonderful series to be a part of. 


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