Sydney, July 13(ANI): Fast bowler Brett Lee has expressed the hope that he would be remembered for his longevity in the game, and believes he has had far too many comebacks in his 20-year long cricketing career.
Lee announced his retirement from all forms of cricket after injuring his calf during Australia's one-day tour of England.
"I feel like I've had more comeback sequels than Rambo," The Herald Sun quoted Lee, as saying.
"If anything, people can look back and know I gave it my best. You can look at records, but to me, what I'm proud of, is my longevity," he added.
In 76 Tests, Lee claimed 310 wickets and also had a batting average of 20.e also claimed 380 wickets in 221 one-day internationals, becoming just the second Australian behind Glenn McGrath to take 300 or more Test and one-day scalps. (ANI)