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Finally, Penn’s retirement from international cricket! Captained the Australian team during difficult times

Former Australia Test captain Tim Paine announced his retirement from international cricket on Monday (March 20). Penn announced his retirement from domestic cricket last week. On Monday (March 20), he announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket. Penn’s international career went on to be spectacular, but ended in an unexpected way. He played his last international match in January 2021.

In international cricket, Tim Paine represented Australia in 35 Tests, 35 ODIs and 12 T20 Internationals. He scored 1534 runs at an average of 35.63 in the Test format. He contributed 890 runs in ODI format and 82 runs in T20 International cricket. In November 2021, Penn was accused of sending lewd photos and messages to a woman. Paine later apologized to everyone and also stepped down as the captain of the Test team. From November 2021, Paine remained away from international cricket. After the sandpaper scandal at the end of 2017, he was given the captaincy of the Test team. However, after the Indian team defeated Australia at home, he was criticized.

The allegations against Paine came with the Ashes 2021 series just days away. The allegations were made against Penn by a female employee of Tasmania Cricket. After these allegations, Penn resigned as captain of the team. Meanwhile, the vice-captain of the team, Pat Cummins, was announced as the captain.
(Tim Paine retires from international cricket)

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