Sachin Tendulkar Wishes Good Luck to Dale Steyn and Brendon McCullum on Their Retirement, Check Tweets
Brendon McCullum, Sachin Tendulkar and Dale Steyn (Photo Credits: Getty Images)

Monday saw the retirement of two legendary cricketers. South African pacer Dale Steyn called off on Test cricket and former Brendon McCullum retired from all forms of cricket. The former New Zealand skipper had retired from international cricket in February 2016 and was active in domestic T20 tournaments. Many cricketers wished both the cricketers good luck after their retirement decision and master blaster Sachin Tendulkar shared a sweet message to wish good luck to both the cricket legends. Dale Steyn Retires from Test Cricket: Virat Kohli, AB De Villiers and Others Congratulate ‘Pace Machine’ on an Incredible Career. 

Tendulkar shared two messages on Twitter, one each for McCullum and Steyn. Wishing the South African bowler good luck for future, the former Indian cricketer mentioned that he enjoyed playing against him and watching him bowl. While wishing the New Zealand cricketer good luck, Tendulkar called McCullum’s contributing to New Zealand cricket as terrific. “Bazmccullum, your contribution to NZ cricket has been terrific. There was a fine balance between your fearless approach and focus on technique. The brand of cricket you encouraged your team to play was always entertaining”, Tendulkar wrote in the tweet. The tweets also had photos of both the cricketers. Have a look at Sachin’s tweet for McCullum and Steyn below. New Zealand Cricket Wishes Brendon McCullum ‘Good Luck for Commentary, Coaching’ on Retirement From All Forms of Cricket. 

Good Luck Dale!

Sachin Wishes McCullum!


Dale Steyn has been a great bowler in the history of South Africa’s cricket. The 36-year-old held the number 1 Test bowler spot for record 263  weeks between  2010 to 2014. With 439 wickets in 171 Test innings, Steyn is South Africa’s leading wicket-taker in Tests. At the peak of his career, Steyn was a nightmare for top batsmen in cricket. Although his Test career has ended, his stint in limited cricket will continue.

Talking about Brendon McCullum, the Kiwi opener took New Zealand to finals of World Cup 2015. Batting as an opener, he has been a dangerous batsman. He was the first New Zealander to score a triple hundred in a Test with his knock of 302 runs against India on February 1, .2014. His spectacular innings of 158* runs in debut Indian Premier League clash in IPL 2008 is popular among all Indian fans. Mccullum has been very active in commentary and his role as a commentator is expected to continue in future.