Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has announced retirement from all forms of international and first class cricket.
The 34-year-old while announcing his retirement said he did not think he could continue his rhythm and good performance for his team and that was why he decided to quit cricket. “I feel it is the best time to say goodbye to cricket. I have been lucky to have a wonderful career and enjoyed every moment representing my country,” he added.
Mitchell Johnson is Australia’s fourth-highest Test wicket-taker after Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Dennis Lillee. He has grabbed 313 wickets in 73 Test matches and 239 wickets in 133 one-day internationals.

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