Shane Watson

Shane Watson could have been one of Australia's most lethal weapons between 2005 and 2010 had it not been for his recurring injuries. On his day, he is a man who can single handedly put up a biog total for his team and then follow it up with a bowling spell that may not be destructive but enough to soften the team up for someone else to finish the job. Watson had to change his training, give up alcohol and

bring a general shift to his lifestyle so as to overcome his injury issues. He was finally chosen to open for Australia in the 2009 Ashes. He repeatedly got out in the 80's and 90's and finally got his test century against Pakistan at the MCG. He was a prominent figure in an Australian side that was in transition following the retirement of the likes of Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist and was given the Test captaincy in 2013. Watson is known for his big hitting in the shorter formats of the game and his total of 189 against Bangladesh was the highest by any Australian batsmen in ODIs.

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Shane Watson appointed president of Australian Cricketers' Association

The expanded board is part of a revised governance structure for the ACA, which now also manages the Australian Cricketers' Retirement Account, which benefits Australia's professional cricketers once their careers are over.

Shane Watson's Twitter account hacked

Shane Watson's account was hacked for nearly half-an-hour during which there were a series of tweets which included fat-shaming and racial slurs.

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Shane Watson played IPL final with injury, received six stitches after

Shane Watson scored 80 runs from 59 balls against Mumbai Indians and almost took Chennai Super Kings past the finishing line in the Indian Premier League final in Hyderabad on Sunday.

IPL 2019 Qualifier 1, MI vs CSK: Jayant Yadav takes sensational catch to dismiss Shane Watson, watch video

Mumbai Indians spinners spun a web around Chennai Super Kings top order batsmen dominating them on a slow Chennai track in Indian Premier League Qualifier 1.

Shane Watson retires from Big Bash League as Sydney Thunder's all-time leading run-scorer

Shane Watson, who retired from international cricket in 2016, brought an end to his career in the Big Bash League in hope of spending more time with his family.

IPL 2019: In home straight, Shane Watson picks up pace

IPL 2019: CSK’s Shane Watson ended a lean patch with a 96-run knock against SRH.

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IPL 2019, CSK vs SRH: Shane Watson thanks MS Dhoni; admits would have been dropped at other teams

Shane Watson had gone without a fifty in his first 10 innings of the ongoing Indian Premier League before striking 96 off 53 balls to guide Chennai Super Kings to a win over Sunrisers Hyderabad.

IPL 2019, SRH vs CSK: Elemental Mr Shane Watson

Watson’s knock was also a tribute to the leadership style of MS Dhoni and Stephen Fleming, who back their key players even if out of touch.

Watch: Shane Watson has heated exchange with Ishant Sharma, Kagiso Rabada

Chennai Super Kings' Shane Watson got into a heated argument with Delhi Capitals' pacers Ishant Sharma and Kabiso Rabada during their Indian Premier League match at Feroz Shah Kotla on Monday.

PSL 2019 Awards: Shane Watson wins Player of the tournament

Shane Watson scored 430 runs from 12 matches at an average of 43 and average of 143.8 in the 32 day tournament that culminated at the National Stadium in Karachi on Sunday.

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Shane Watson draws curtains on Test career

Shane Watson amassed 3,731 runs for Australia in Test cricket which included 4 centuries.

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