T20 World Cup is on the radar of cricket fans now. It is just around the corner and will begin in March 2016 in India. All the teams are already preparing for it. The cricket world cup live streaming will be broadcasted on many channels. T20 is a format in which batsmen dominate, but it is the bowlers, and especially the spin bowlers who decide the outcome of the matches. In the upcoming world cup also spinners will be of utmost importance. Many spinners are now old and this will be there last world cup. So let us take a look at top 5 spinners to retire from world cricket and also do not forget to catch T20 cricket world cup 2016 live streaming.
Names of Top 5 Spinners to Retire from World Cricket
The Kiwi off-spinner and the other McCullum twin isn’t famous as much as hisbrother, but he has achieved a lot in his career and has led New Zealand to many victories. He is 35 years of age and will be one of the spinners retiring after 2016 T20 world cup. Also Read-: Best Coaches Indian Team ever Had,
The Sri Lankan left arm offie is one of the great spinners taking retirement after T20 world cup 2016. He has been greatly influential in taking wickets and deciding matches for Sri Lanka. But he is 38 years old now and he may well retire from at least the T20 format after this World Cup. He took 51 wickets in 43 T20’s till now.
He is one of the greatest off spinners in the history of Indian cricket and will be one of the spinners to retire from International cricket in 2016. He is 35 years of age and has one won T20 World Cup for India once. He will be looking to do the same again and bow down on a high note. Get to know about best 5 Batsmen in T20 Cricket History.
He is a left arm off spinner from the West Indies. He has had a short career but has been of great influence for the Windies. He is 35 years of age. He played in 18 T20’s and picked up 16 wickets. He will be one of the spinners to retire from International cricket in 2016. Know the bowlers having 5 Wickets haul in T20 Cricket.
The South African leg spinner of the Pakistani origin has been phenomenal for the Proteas since his debut a couple of years ago. But sadly, age has caught up on him and he will be soon 37 years old. He has taken 27 wickets in 18 matches. And surely he will be one of the spinners leaving cricket after ICC T20 world Cup 2016.