Aaron Finch Records: Australian batsman Aaron Finch has announced his retirement from ODI cricket. On Sunday (September 11), he will play the last ODI match of his career. Finch has not been able to do better in ODI cricket for some time now. In 13 ODIs this year, he could score 169 runs at a batting average of just 13. This is the reason why he is retiring from ODI cricket.
Finch has more than five thousand runs recorded in ODI cricket. This explosive batsman has scored 5401 runs in 145 ODIs. During this his batting average is 39.13 and strike rate is 87.83. Aaron Finch has scored 17 centuries in ODI cricket. He is the fourth highest century-scorer for Australia. His bat has run well against England. He has scored 7 centuries against England alone. Finch has also scored more than 30 half-centuries in his ODI career.
Aaron Finch is in elite company
— ICC (@ICC) September 10, 2022
Finch to continue playing T20 Internationals
Aaron Finch will continue to play T20 Internationals for the time being. He is the captain of Australia in next month’s T20 World Cup. Finch’s career in T20 has been commendable. He has scored 2855 runs in 92 T20 Internationals at an average of 35.24. In these 65 matches he has captained. He is at number three in terms of captaincy in most T20 Internationals. He is also in third place in terms of making the fastest 2500 runs in T20 Internationals. He has also played an innings of 172 runs in T20 Internationals. This is the biggest innings played by a captain in T20Is. He is the only captain to win the T20 World Cup for Australia.
Aaron Finch. What a sensational ODI career! pic.twitter.com/2dAiUch8Cs
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 10, 2022