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South Africa born Netherlands cricketer retires, says ‘My blood will always be green…’

New Delhi: Dutch-South Africa cricketer Stephan Myburgh has announced retirement from the international cricket after Netherlands marked one of their best victory ever.

Netherlands defeated South Africa in Sunday by 13 runs to pull-off a miracle in the T20 World Cup 2022. No one had imagines that the Proteas will be stopped from going into semi-finals but Netherlands had other plans.

Netherlands kicked out of tournament, though, they also didn’t make it to the semi-finals. But Netherlands could’t be happier to have achieved this feat in their carrer.

Stephan Myburgh announces retirement

Stephan Myburgh, who is a South Africa born cricketer, announced his retirement and said that he had never imagined to end his career after defeating South Africa.

While announcing his retirement, he wrote on Instagram, “Hanging up the boots….To God be the glory!!! Blessed to have made my first-class debut 17 seasons ago and my international debut 12 seasons ago. Never in my dreams would I have imagined finishing my career at the World Cup with a win against South Africa. My blood will always be green. As much as a sportsman always want to win I had a tear for my beloved country.”

“I am thankful for @kncbcricket and the Netherlands that’s now my home and have too many people to thank for my career. Jesus, @tineke.myburgh, friends and family, sponsors and all the supporters out there I can only say thanks!!! #GodIsGood #Blessed can’t wait to see my girls (sic),” he wrote in a post on Instagram on Monday,” he added.

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