Retired Australian tempo spearhead Brett Lee has revealed that he’s excited to play alongside former adversaries at Legends League Cricket 2022. The ace bowler has joined Manipal Tigers who function captain Harbhajan Singh alongside legendary gamers like Muttiah Muralidaran and Mohammad Kaif of their squad.
The 45-year-old pacer not too long ago featured for Australia Legends within the Street Security World Collection 2022 event. Australia have been overwhelmed by India Legends within the semi-final conflict by 5 wickets after ending group levels with three wins in 5 matches. Lee took one wicket in every of the primary three matches however did not make an affect within the semi-final conflict towards India the place he conceded 19 runs in 20 balls with out a wicket.
I’m searching for a duel with my previous teammate Mitchell Johnson: Brett Lee
Manipal Tigers are struggling for wins on this 12 months’s version of the event. They’re reeling on the backside of the league desk with only one win in 5 matches. Lee’s inclusion will certainly increase their underperforming bowling line-up for the rest of the matches.
“It has been an incredible expertise enjoying the Legends League. The section 1 in Oman was an incredible one and I’m glad that I’m again for season 2. After checking in, I had a pleasant interplay with Christopher Gayle. Enjoying with former opposition gamers and guys who have been in opposition however teammates as effectively, one tourney I’m trying ahead to,” Lee mentioned on Saturday.
However other than the outcomes, Lee can also be excited to play alongside Harbhajan Singh and said that it might be a enjoyable occasion. He additionally added that he’s trying ahead to going through his former bowling accomplice Mitchell Johnson, who’s having a very good season with India Capitals thus far.
“On this version, I’m searching for a duel with my previous teammate Mitchell Johnson as we haven’t performed quite a bit towards one another. Additionally, it might be enjoyable to play alongside Harbhajan Singh,” Lee added.