New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who declared his retirement from all organizations of the game on Tuesday has packed away ICC Spirit of Cricket Award 2015. Brendon McCullum is one of the refined men in cricket and he showed it through his own particular sample in the semi last match against South Africa of ICC Cricket World Cup prior this year. It was a nearby match in which New Zealand rose as the victor in the penultimate wad of the diversion. South Africans were exceptionally sad after the misfortune yet a kind-hearted and progressive McCullum welcomed the resistance commander AB de Villiers and their entire group to New Zealand's changing area after the match. Perused: Brendon McCullum goes on the T20I captaincy to Kane Williamson
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McCullum was cited by icc-cricket.com saying subsequent to accepting the recompense, "The group has adored how the New Zealand open and cricket fans from around the globe have reacted to the way we've played our cricket in the most recent 12 months. I think the Spirit of Cricket is immensely essential and I feel greatly regarded to have gotten the honor. It takes purchase in from the whole group however and whatever is left of the Blackcaps [New Zealand] squad should be perceived for this also."
Other people who got the yearly ICC Cricket Awards were Steven Smith (ICC Cricketer of the Year and ICC Test Cricketer of the Year), AB de Villiers (ICC ODI Cricketer of the Year), Josh Hazelwood (ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year) and Richard Kettleborough (ICC Umpire of the Year). Further, Faf du Plessis' 119 off 56 balls in the second T20I against West Indies on January 11 was pronounced as ICC T20I Performance of the Year. Among ladies cricketers—Meg Lanning was declared ICC Women's ODI Cricketer while Stefanie Taylor was offered with the recompense for ICC Women's T20I Cricketer. Additionally READ: Steven Smith named ICC Cricketer of the Year 2015 and ICC Test Cricketer of the Year 2015
Talking of McCullum, he is generally viewed as one of the finest wicketkeeper-batsmen the amusement has seen. Numerous cricket intellectuals view him as the most hazardous wicketkeeper-batsman ever after Adam Gilchrist. Both McCullum and Gilchrist, other than being extraordinary batsmen were magnificent glovesmen as wel