Dhaka – Former Australian cricketer Brett Lee has come to Nepal. Britanth Khanal, General Manager of Nepal Cricket Association (CAN) said that he came to Nepal.
It is understood that Brett Lee has come to Nepal for the upcoming Nepal T20 League program in October. The league will hold a press conference with him in a few days.
Lee played Tests, T20Is and ODIs for Australia.
Bretlee was born in Australia Nov 08, 1976 in Wollongong, New South Wales.
The most memorable one that comes to mind is the Edgbaston Ashes Test of 2005 where he nearly took Australia home from a hopeless situation in what eventually was a pulsating thriller of a game. Lee was also a fantastic fielder with a rocket arm and athletic build
During his international career, Lee was recognized as the fastest bowler in the world. He was an excellent fielder and a useful batsman in the lower order.
Lee took 310 wickets in his Test career and 380 wickets in ODIs.
Lee played for the Australian team that won the 2003 World Cup. He played his first Test in 1999 and retired from international cricket on 12 July 2012.
He also played IPL cricket. In January 2015, Lee announced his retirement from all forms of play at the end of the Big Bash League season. He then worked as a movie actor and commentator on Fox Sports.