English Batsman Ian Bell retire from ODI
Birmingham: English Batsman Ian Bell decided to say good bye one day International Cricket, he just wanted to prolong his 5 day cricket career.
Ian Bell wrote a column for a cricket website that he is thinking of that is the right time to say good bye and talked to England team Coach Bellis, Captain Aleister Cook, his family and close friends and he finalize that with the words, only test cricket is left in him and I thought is the right to say good bye one day international cricket.
Further he added that only test cricket left in him and he want to add individual record and record for his country.
33 year old Ian Bell has score 5416 runs in 161 one day international innings with an average of 37.37 also added 4 centuries and 35 half centuries in his individual record.
Ian Bell considered being the best English one day batsman and representing England team in 2015 world cup for the last time.
Remember that in the month of August other legend cricketers say good bye to International cricket in which included Sri Lankan batsman Sangakara and Australian Skipper Michael Clark. Also Chris Rogers retire from International Cricket after Ashes 2015 against England.