Ricky Ponting Showcases His “Favourite Share Of Memorabilia” On Twitter

Ricky Ponting tweeted a image of his new and earlier ‘baggy green’ caps. © Twitter

Aged Australia skipper Ricky Ponting on Sunday revealed his favourite share of memorabilia, sharing a image of it on Twitter. After retiring from the game, Ponting obtained a designate new Australia Test cap from Cricket Australia and his spouse Rianna Jennifer Cantor. Ponting has nonetheless managed to salvage his usual ‘Baggy Inexperienced’ cap he obtained in his first Test match for his country. Talking about this, Ponting tweeted the image and captioned the submit as: “That is my favourite share of memorabilia talented to me by Rianna and Cricket Australia after I retired. A designate new cap on the left and my satisfaction and pleasure on the lawful, having a explore a piece worse for wear after about 140 extraordinary tests”.

That is my favourite share of memorabilia talented to me by Rianna and Cricket Australia after I retired. A designate new cap on the left and my satisfaction and pleasure on the lawful, having a explore a piece worse for wear after about 140extraordinary tests. pic.twitter.com/eTlwswWI9f

— Ricky Ponting AO (@RickyPonting) April 5, 2020

Ponting scored 27,486 runs for Australia all thru his world profession and likewise led his country in all three codecs.

No Australian has scored more world centuries than the mature skipper.

Ponting also led Australia to two World Cup victories in 2003 and 2007.

He played his closing Test in 2012. He’s in the meanwhile the 2d-perfect urge-getter in the history of the longest structure of the game in the wait on of Sachin Tendulkar after finishing his profession with 13,378 runs in Test cricket.

The mature Australia captain is in the meanwhile the coach of IPL franchise Delhi Capitals and he also took section in the Bushfire Bash — a charity match.

The match featured a few of the vital greats of the game love Brian Lara, Sachin Tendulkar, and Wasim Akram.

The match used to be played to settle on funds for the victims of Australia’s worst-ever bushfires and all match profits went to the Australian Crimson Shocking Effort Relief and Recovery Fund.


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