Aaron Finch walked out to bat one remaining time in ODIs on Sunday© AFP
Before the primary ball of the third and remaining ODI between Australia and New Zealand was bowled on Sunday, the Kane Williamson-led Kiwis determined to present Australia skipper Aaron Finch a “guard of honour” because the right-handed batter walked out to bat in his remaining ODI for the final time. On Saturday, Finch had introduced that he can be retiring from the 50-over format after the match towards New Zealand.
Seeing the gesture of New Zealand, Finch walked in direction of Williamson to shake his hand. The video of the incident was shared by official Twitter deal with of cricket.com.au.
“Classy stuff from the Black Caps as Aaron Finch makes his way to the middle,” wrote cricket.com.au on Twitter.
— cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) September 11, 2022
New Zealand captain Kane Williamson received the toss and selected to bowl within the third and remaining one-day worldwide towards Australia on Sunday, which would be the final for retiring Australian skipper Aaron Finch.
The house facet have already claimed the Chappell-Hadlee sequence after successful the opener on Tuesday by two wickets earlier than a 113-run thrashing of the Black Caps two days later. New Zealand made three adjustments with Finn Allen, Glenn Phillips and Lockie Ferguson in for Matt Henry, Martin Guptill and Michael Bracewell.
The recreation would be the 146th and final ODI for Finch, who introduced his retirement from the 50-over format on Saturday after a horror run with the bat. With the sequence wrapped up, Australia rested opener David Warner with Josh Inglis changing him. All-rounder Marcus Stoinis has a facet pressure with Cameron Green returning to take his place.
With AFP inputs
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