Brett Lee: Killing 'em softly
Former Australia fast bowler Brett Lee, born on 8 November 1976 in Wollongong, New South Wales had an injury-plagued career; but still finished as his country's fourth-most successful bowler, with 310 wickets in 76 Test matches. Lee, who was a handy bat down the order, also took 380 wickets in One-Day Internationals and 28 wickets in Twenty20 Internationals.
At his best, Lee was one of the fastest bowlers in world cricket apart from being a useful lower-order batsman.
On 13 July 2012, Lee retired from all forms of international cricket after a calf injury cut short his tour of England with Australia’s ODI team.
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