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Star Player withdrew his announcement over retirement

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According to a Sunday Times report, Sean Williams has removed his retirement letter which he had shipped off the Zimbabwe Cricket in front of the white-ball series against Ireland. Prior, Williams expressed that he has chosen to stop global cricket subsequent to making himself accessible for the white-ball series against Ireland.

In any case, the accomplished left-hand batsman has not discovered a spot in the playing XI for ZImbabwe in the principal a few games in the continuous T20I series against Ireland. 

Before his retirement choice, Williams admitted that he is discontent with lead trainer Lalchand Rajput and his choices. He added that the climate made by the mentor in the group can’t be valued and he can’t keep playing for Zimbabwe in such conditions.

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‘I can’t see a way forward under coach [Lalchand] Rajput. The environment he has created in the team is bad. There is too much talking and backbiting which creates mistrust”, stated by Sean Williams on his decision over retirement.

Zimbabwe lead trainer, Lalchand Rajput, has made some intense memories since his arrangement in 2018. Under him, the group has persevered through a somewhat helpless record in white-ball cricket as they have won only four ODIs and eight T20Is from 29 matches in each configuration separately.

Alongside the lead trainer, the staff individuals, Stuart Matsikenyeri, Douglas Hondo, and Shepherd Makunura are additionally liable to go under the scanner in regards to the continuous issues in the Zimbabwe cricket crew.

In the continuous five-match T20I series, Zimbabwe dominated the main match by three runs, before Ireland required the second game by seven wickets to draw level. Williams didn’t highlight in any of the two games.

Sean Williams who had appeared for Zimbabwe back in 2005, has addressed the country in 14 Tests, 136 ODIs, and 47 T20Is till date.

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