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Brendon McCullum Trashes Fake News Of Brother’s Death, Vows To Find Miscreant

Twitter and Fb went right into a frenzy on Saturday after rumours began circulating on social media that New Zealand cricketer Nathan McCullum, brother of former Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum, had died because of headaches in medical institution. On the other hand, Nathan McCullum himself cleared the air over reviews of his dying, telling enthusiasts that he’s nonetheless alive with a cheeky social media submit. However his more youthful brother Brendon McCullum was once now not as forgiving on Twitter rubbishing the rumours and vowing to search out the offender for spreading pretend information.

Nathan McCullum was once the primary to react, taking to Twitter and posting a selfie to turn out that he was once nonetheless alive.

More youthful brother Brendon was once aghast and published that he was once on a flight again to New Zealand when he was once made conscious about the scoop. A fuming Brendon McCullum promised that “Whoever put this available in the market, I will to find you! Someplace, someway”.

Brendon McCullum is these days plying his business within the T10 League with the Rajputs. His group suffered a humiliating defeat to Northern Warriors on Friday night time.

The Rajputs had been limited to 64 for 8 in 10 overs with captain McCullum managing simply 2 off five balls. Northern Warriors, led via Nicholas Pooran’s 18-ball 45 now not out reached the objective with 25 balls ultimate.

Brendon McCullum performed 101 Assessments, 260 ODIs and 71 T20Is for New Zealand. The damaging right-hander has 6,453 runs in Assessments, 6,083 in ODIs and a pair of,140 in T20Is. The 37-year-old ended his global occupation with a complete of 19 masses and 76 half-centuries.

He was once additionally the primary participant to play 100 consecutive Assessments from his debut.

Then again, Nathan McCullum retired from global cricket in 2016, having made 84 ODIs and 63 T20 internationals appearances for the Black Caps.

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