Chris Rogers loves London and will take back fond memories from the city. In Lord’s, during the second Test of the Ashes, he scored a memorable hundred and in the same city, at the iconic The Oval, Australia won the final Test and he was awarded the Australian Player of the series. [Also Read: Chris Rogers: 17 interesting facts about the crafty left-hander]


Rogers, who recently retired from cricket, relives his old days at London in this video. A late bloomer in the Australian team, he emerged as one of the best batters in the side in recent times.


In this video, Rogers, who has spent a lot of time in London due to his four year long stint with Middlesex, takes the viewers on a tour of his favourite venues in the iconic city. He starts in West Hampstead and shows us ‘M’ restaurant where he used to go for his breakfasts. He also revealed that he never got on the bus. [Also Read: Chris Rogers: Life and times]


Rogers shares a few rib-tickling anecdotes for which one has to watch the entire video. He takes us on a trip to where he usually practised to where he actually hung out with his friends.


Bucky, as he is fondly called, also gives us a glimpse of the modern underground metro to the London Circus and then to a crowded market place which is as lively as it gets. Rogers also talks about his love for roof top bars and his Baggy Green.


Undoubtedly, one of the most loved cricketers from Australia, Rogers candidly says that he is now looking for a job and urges people, his friends and fans to ask Cricket Australia (CA) for a portfolio.


On Monday, August 31, 2015, Bucky turns 38. On this occasion, we wish him good luck and a very happy birthday!