Won 6 World Cups, quit cricket to wash dishes in cafes, now returns to become champion

Veteran cricketer Meg Lanning, who won 6 World Cups for Australia, has returned to the field. Actually, Lanning was away from the ground after winning the Commonwealth Games title last year. He took a break to refresh. During this, Lanning also worked in the cafe and washed dishes there. He returned to the field for Victoria earlier this month before the start of the series against Pakistan, but before that he did a lot of traveling and also worked in cafes.

Lanning will also captain Australia in the T20 World Cup to be played in South Africa. According to Cricinfo, Lanning said that she just wanted to take a break from cricket. Wanted to give myself some time. Now it is clear that she still wants to play cricket.

World Cup is not the only reason for return

The Australian veteran has also made it clear that the T20 World Cup is not the only reason for her return, but at the end of last year she had confirmed that she wants to continue playing and captaining. He is focused on this. Lanning has been a member of the 6 World Cup winning team from Australia. He won the title of 2 ODI World Cup and 4 T20 World Cup. She holds the record for scoring the maximum 15 centuries in women’s ODI cricket.

India’s dream was broken

The Australian star played the last international match against India in the final of the Commonwealth Games, where India lost the title by 9 runs. Returning after about 4 months, Lanning played 2 matches of the Women’s National Cricket League for Victoria against New South Wales at the beginning of the year. Where he got the form by playing an excellent inning of 61 runs in the last match.

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