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Apr 4, 2014
After the Aussies crashed out of the tournament, Hodge, before leaving Bangladesh tweeted from Twitter account, “The chapter finishes. The book has closed. My time for representing my country has ceased. I am proud of my achievements. Ipl here I come.”
The chapter finishes. The book has closed. My time for representing my country has ceased. I am proud of my achievements. Ipl here I come
— Brad Hodge (@bradhodge007) April 2, 2014
Hodge didn’t have the most illustrious international career, playing just six Tests, 25 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and 15 T20Is, but he has established himself as one of the finest T20 cricketers across several T20 leagues around the world.
Hodge’s first-Class career is also quite brilliant, having played 223 matches and scoring over 17000 runs, along with 29 hundreds.
Hodge’s next stop would be the cash-rich Indian Premier League (IPL), where he plays for the Rajasthan Royals.
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