Former Australia Speedster Shaun Tait took a coaching job and joined Afghanistan as the bowling coach. Shaun Tait will add it to his coaching resume after coaching offices like Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League and is a certified level two coach of Cricket Australia. He retired from international cricket in March 2017.
Shaun Tait made his international debut in 2005 and was part of England’s victory in the 2006-07 Ashes series. The right-arm speedster made his first one-day appearance in 2007 and played an integral role in their World Cup victory that year. He took a growing 23 wickets in that tournament.
Tait, one of the fastest bowlers and could consistently touch 160 km / h; however, he also sustained many injuries. He did not play an international match after 2016 and was sometimes erratic with his height. Overall, Shaun Tait was seen from 2005 to 2016 in three Tests, 35 ODIs and 21 T20Is.
Shaun Tait, a very experienced cricketer in T20s:
While he may be a little inexperienced in the international arena, Tait has played many T20s. Tait appeared in 171 T20s and took 218 scallops with four wickets with four wickets and a solid figure. The 38-year-old plays the shortest format for teams like Rajasthan Royals, Adelaide Strikers, Hobart Hurricanes, Peshawar Zalmi, Melbourne Renegades, Chittagong Kings and many more.