England's Taylor's concern on the issues of international cricket

LONDON: England World Cup-winning wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor is concerned with the ongoing war has not announced his retirement from international cricket.

Taylor's 226 interviews of all types, from 6,533 in the world, is considered one of the best wicketkeepers runs in England's second all-time list.

In 2017, the 30-year-old England's victorious World Cup team has gone through a part of the final Ashes separate.

In recent years, he has been missing along with a number of mental health issues.

"This was a difficult decision for me, but moving forward, and the right one for my health, I know biyts" In 2006, its international De Gea, Taylor said.

"I have enough teammates, past and present, along the way, I like to be friends with supporters of the ECB (London) Thank you can't.

"Playing for England, and for so long in a shirt and a dream come true, a blessing in my career for so many great moments."

It may be a "very proud" of women's cricket Clare Connor, Managing Director of Taylor paid the tax.

"He tar, its achievements and talents of young people, because they can not see, but it is not until someone for his bravery and perseverance," said Connor.

"It is a serious challenge for the country with the world performing on stage. We are in the last 13 years, the English cricket very grateful to Sarah, his contributions."

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