New Zealand‘s classic spinner Daniel Vettori said that he did not feel it suitable time to take retirement from Test career after the disastrous death of Phillip Hughes.
Daniel said he was improbable to add to his record 112 caps for New Zealand he also played one Test for International Cricket Council World XI in 2005 but did not officially declare it. Vettori after New Zealand’s big innings and 80-run win over Pakistan which levelled the series 1-1, said that what has happened in the last few days, it does not feel suitable to make a big announcement, so he thought that he would just sit back and enjoy the Test win as much as he can. Daniel also said that just 2 wickets and now has 362 wickets in 113 Tests.
Daniel said that it has been astonishing to come back into the team and obviously the performance of the teammates which is something that he will cherish forever but it is filled with the sadness about Phil’s passing. Vettori also said that he thinks the group does not feel like celebrating, they tried to honor Phil Hughes’s memory in the best way they can because a number of the guys knew him well. They saw him as one of them.
Daniel Vettori was portion of New Zealand’s ‘A’ team to UAE and his remember amazed everyone.
Daniel request his better half to send his Test cap. He said that his wife delivered it over. He was fortunate that it made it here in time, it would not have felt fair to play a Test match not in this cap. He added that it has seen a lot of matches and a lot of quality times and a lot of tough times, so it is very special to him.
Daniel praised skipper McCullum. He said that he watched the team , how well the team executed and the way McCullum led them, how well they presented in the last few years it is a very team with full of confident and moving into this ambience he did not feel like there was a lot of supposition.
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