Legendary South African cricketer Makhaya Ntini officially announced his retirement from international cricket and has left a lasting legacy.

He will represent his country one more time As Cricket South Africa (CSA) chief executive Gerald Majola announced that the best black bowler produced by the nation would wear the green and gold for a final time in a January 9 Twenty20 clash against India in Durban.

The 33-year-old Ntini,  made the last of 101 Test appearances in December 2009 after capturing 390 Test wickets and 266 in the one-day version of the game.

Praises from all over the world was given to Ntini and he is our “Leaving a Legacy” star of the month.

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