NZ vs SL: ‘It’s Definitely Not The End Of Me”- Neil Wagner Adamant To Not Let Injury Spoil His Career

Neil Wagner

Neil Wagner, a renowned cricketer, has made headlines recently for rejecting retirement rumors. Despite being 35 years old, Wagner feels he still has a lot to offer the sport and is determined to prove his skeptics wrong.

New Zealand’s Wagner has been struggling with a bulging disc in his back over the summer at the New Zealand home cricket team. This has not stopped him from contributing to the team’s success, as he recently won a close match against Sri Lanka in the first Test. Despite his injury, Wagner remains determined to continue playing and supporting his team.

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Neil Wagner has hit back at those who may write him off due to his recent injury by stating that people have been doing it his entire career. He refuses to pay attention to such negativity and instead focuses on proving himself on the field. Wagner is known for proving his critics wrong time and time again, and he is determined to continue to do so despite his current physical limitations.

“People can make their predictions and things like that and I’ve made a career of proving people wrong. Definitely not my end. Many people said that it could be the end of me after my first test. I think the day I leave him is probably the day I leave him, or when they don’t come looking for me again.” Neil Wagner said.

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Neil Wagner ruled out of second Test against Sri Lanka:

The New Zealand cricket team was dealt a major blow ahead of the second Test against Sri Lanka with the news that Wagner will not be able to play. This is due to a bulging disc in his back and a torn right hamstring, which are estimated to require nearly six weeks of recovery time.

“In every other Test you always deal with a bit of stiffness and soreness or soreness and other things you have to go through and those three overs were the loosest I felt which is quite frustrating. Neil Wagner said about his injury.

“It was like a sniper got you, which was just a massive shock coming from the nerve discharge from the disc going down my leg to my foot and a pretty big shock going through my body.” Neil Wagner said.

He was instrumental in New Zealand’s two wicket victory over Sri Lanka in the first Test at Hagley Oval. After being ejected for medical reasons, he bravely returned to bat despite his injuries and held his own until the end, running the final run cleanly to give his team a critical victory.

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