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IN Celebrities ON 16 Jan, 2015
World Cup 2015 is almost here.
Every Cricket fan is super excited for the month of February. But along with the excitement there is sorrow in the eyes of some of the fans as for few of the cricketers, this World Cup will be the last and certainly the most memorable one.
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Representing West Indies in 258 ODIs and scoring the massive 8810 runs, Chris Gayle is all set to bang the World Cup 2015. But sadly, this will be his last World Cup.
The World Cup 2015 edition will not be only Jayawardene's last World Cup but also his last international tournament.
In the last 15 years of his career, he represented his country in 434 ODIs.
Malinga will always remain in our hearts for his extraordinary bowling style. This powerful Yorker has represented Sri Lanka in 177 ODIs till now.
The 37-year-old is all set to board his flight to Australia this World Cup. Despite his ok performance in the last three years, Younus got a chance in this edition of World Cup 2015. All thanks to his exploits in Test Cricket where his average is of 60 in 17 matches during the last two years.
This incredible man in Green has played 153 ODIs for Pakistan so far, scoring 4669 runs at an average of 42.83.
The 40-year-old is all set to lead the Pakistan Cricket team for World Cup 2015. But, unfortunately, this will be his last time!
Michael Clarke, the Australian Captain, had to deal with chronic back problems since the times of World Cup 2011. Considering that, he has only played 43 ODIs in the last four years. Scoring 7762 runs at an average of 44.86 with eight centuries to his name, he still stands sturdy and will be leading the Australian team in World Cup 2015.
This left-handed top-order Sri Lankan batsman has already announced that it will be not only his last World Cup but also his last tournament for his nation in coloured clothing.
The 34-year-old is all set to his magic on the Australian-New Zealand grounds.
The World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand will also give Boom Boom a.k.a Afridi one final opportunity to win the World Cup 2015 for Pakistan.
The 38-year-old is one of the key players of Srilankan Cricket Team, ever since he started opening the innings. Dilshan has played exactly 300 ODIs for his country, scoring 9004 runs with a best of 160 not out.
The 35-year-old has represented New Zealand in 280 matches till now, picking up 289 wickets with the best of 5 for 7. The upcoming World Cup will be his fourth one, and probably the most remarkable one! Make sure you tell your friends and family about this, by simply sharing the story!
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