Ahead Of IPL 2021, Shane Watson Gets Nostalgic Over “Second Home” India. See Pics | Cricket News

IPL 2021: Shane Watson completed his IPL profession at Chennai Super Kings.© Instagram

Former Australia all-rounder Shane Watson, who has been part of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in all of the earlier 13 seasons, mentioned that he’s undoubtedly going to overlook the motion this yr however is wanting ahead to watching the event from afar. Posting just a few images of him in India, Watson mentioned nostalgically that he has been “reminiscing” concerning the time he has spent in his “second home”.

Watson performed for Rajasthan Royals (RR) and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), after which the Chennai Super Kings (CSK). After taking part in within the final season, the 39-year-old introduced his retirement from all types of cricket. Through the publish, Watson recounted how his stint with RR had revitalized his worldwide profession. He then talked about his on-stage efficiency with actor Shah Rukh Khan. Watson additionally mentioned he had made life-long mates with individuals he performed with.

One of the images Watson shared was from an innings he performed for CSK with a bloodied knee. During the IPL 2019 last in opposition to Mumbai Indians, Watson had injured his knee throughout a dive however continued his batting. It was later revealed by his teammate Harbhajan Singh that Watson wanted six stitches after the match.


In the inaugural season of the IPL, Watson performed an important function for RR, successful 4 ‘Man of the Match awards and likewise the ‘Man of the Tournament’ award. He was chosen as Matthew Hayden’s alternative within the Australia crew after his IPL stint. In 2013, he once more gained the Player of the Tournament award. A yr later, Watson was named RR captain. He was then the highest-paid abroad participant within the IPL.

In 2016, RCB signed Watson and he led the outfit in just a few matches the subsequent season in absence of Virat Kohli.

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