Former Zimbabwe Captain Brendan Taylor has made his way back to International Cricket after being released from the county team Nottinghamshire on Thursday.
Taylor announced retirement from International Cricket in 2015. It is not something new that Zimbabwe Cricket used to have financial issues and problems with the board and the wicket-keeper batsman had to go through all of it too.
After 2 years, Taylor is making his way back to the team & Zimbabwe fans have everything to cheer as he in good touch with the bat.
Tatenda Taibu, former Zimbabwe captain and current convenor of selectors, told that the team would welcome Taylor back with open arms.
Taibu said: “We have been following his performances and we know how he has been doing on the county circuit.”
In his first season for Nottinghamshire in 2016, Taylor managed 759 runs in 13 games at an average of 34 but in the 2017 season, with the team demoted to the second division of the County Championship, Taylor featured in only four games and scored 123 runs at an average fo 24.
Zimbabwe recently won the ODI series against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka and completely stunned the Cricket world. They will play two match test series against West Indies in October. With Brendan back in the team, Zimbabwe will be all boosted up to take on the Caribbeans.