Corey Anderson retires from New Zealand cricket, signs 3-year deal with Major League Cricket team in USA
Corey Anderson, once a celebrated all-rounder, has called it quits from international cricket after his confirmation of retirement from New Zealand cricket. Anderson has signed a 3-year contract with Major League Cricket in the USA. The deal includes Anderson's services in the Major and Minor League Cricket and coaching ventures at the cricket academies that come under the MLC.
The 29-year-old made his T20I debut for New Zealand in the year 2012 and has played as a mainstay across formats with the BlackCaps. Anderson's biggest claim to fame was his 36-ball 100 against West Indies in January 2014 which was the fastest hundred in ODIs at that time.