South African Cricketer David Miller Set to Exit T20Is Post T20 World Cup 2024

David Miller Announces Retirement from T20Is After T20 World Cup 2024


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South Africa Killer all-rounder David Miller has announced his retirement from International T20Is after T20 World Cup 2024. India beat South Africa in the final of the World Cup by seven runs in Barbados.

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On this David Miller claimed that not guiding South Africa home was a difficult pill to take. Miller was visibly upset because, despite his best efforts, he was unable to help South Africa defeat India in the championship match.

South Africa was ultimately 7 runs short of their target, needing 30 runs from the final 5 overs. Miller was present, but he was unable to lead his team home as they managed just 14 runs in 4 overs and required 16 runs in the last over. The southpaw hit Hardik Pandya for a six in the direction of the long-off boundary. With a sensational catch at the boundary line, Suryakumar Yadav ended Proteas’ dreams of winning the maiden World Cup.


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David Miller’s Instagram Story:

David Miller Announces Retirement from T20Is After T20 World Cup 2024

“I am gutted!! Really tough pill to swallow after what transpired 2 days ago. Words don’t explain how I am feeling. One thing I do know is how proud I am of this unit. This journey was an incredible one, with highs and lows throughout the entire month. We have endured pain, but I know this team has the resilience and will keep raising the bar.” – Through his Instagram story.


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Despite this, the southpaw had a respectably successful 2024 T20 World Cup in the USA and the Caribbean, scoring 169 runs in nine games at a strike average of 102.42 and an average of 28.16.

From India Cricket Team Virat kholi, Rohit Sharma Skipper of India Cricket Team and Ravindra Jadeja have also made an announcement to leave T20 cricket and express their emotions and feelings for the team.

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