Vettoti retires from international t20 cricket

Felix Austin | cricket20

New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori has announced his retirement from international t20 cricket but the Kiwi remains undecided about his ODI career.

Having seen his side knocked out of the ODI World Cup against Sri Lanka on Tuesday Vettori admitted he will decided on his OCDI future during the next 6 months.

The 32 year old also announced he would step down as Kiwi skipper clearing the way for vice captain Ross Taylor to take over the role.

"I've played my last Twenty20 match , it's about six months to the next one-dayer so I have a lot of time to sit down and think about it and talk to my family," said Vettori.

"Tests are a big part of why I play the game, for team and myself, because there is no better feeling than winning a Test," he added.

Vettori lead the Kiwiís in 28 international t20ís; winning 13 and losing 13.

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