Brad Hodge says he had ‘fun’ playing against South Africa in 2nd T20I at Durban
Hodge hit 21 runs off just eight balls at the death and was awarded the Man of the Match at Durban.
Brad Hodge played a key role in Australia’s T20I win over South Africa at Durban © AFP
Sydney: Mar 13, 2014
Veteran player Brad Hodge has said that he is enjoying playing Twenty20 cricket after guiding Australia to victory in a rain-shortened T20 clash with South Africa.
The 39-year-old Hodge, who hit 21 runs off just eight balls at the death, was awarded the Man of the Match title for the clash in Durban.
According to News.com.au, Hodge said that he had fun while playing in the match, showing that he is clearly relishing what could be his last shot at international cricket, although his form with the bat suggests he could keep going for a while yet.
Hodge further said that he is very grateful to be able to play T20 around the world and enjoy it, adding that this path was chosen for him as Test cricket did not work out well for him.
Hodge also said that he loves cricket in its every form, adding that he just tries to be the best he can possibly be, which has worked out for him throughout his career .