Question: Recently cricketer Mitchell Johnson retired from International cricket, he played for-
(a) New Zealand
(d) South Africa
- On November 17, 2015 34 year old Australian left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Johnson announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket.
- He is Australia’s fourth-highest Test wicket-taker after Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, and Dennis Lillee.
- He took 313 wickets in 140 innings of 73 test matches, and also took 239 one-day wickets in 150 innings of 150 matches.
- He made a total of 3016 runs with 2065 runs in Test and 951 runs in ODI matches.