“Shane And I Played For Australia But Grant Was Better Than Us” – Brett Lee On His Younger Brother

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“Shane And I Played For Australia But Grant Was Better Than Us” – Brett Lee On His Younger Brother


Legendary Australia National Cricket Team pacer Brett Lee has made a big reveal about his younger brother Grant. The former fast has said that his younger brother, Grant Lee, was better than he and Shane Lee combined, yet he did not play for Australia.

The express pacemaker brett lee he represented Australia in international cricket between 1999 and 2012. He played 76 tests, 221 ODIs and 25 T20Is for the Australians. Shane Lee, on the other hand, played international cricket between 1995 and 2001. The all-rounder represented Australia in only one format, which was ODI, where he played 45 matches.

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Meanwhile, speaking to JioCinema, Brett Lee said that his younger brother Grant was better than him and Shane at cricket. However, the 46-year-old revealed that Grant did not take his cricket career seriously because he was not enjoying it.

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“My little brother, Grant. Shane and I played for Australia and Grant was better than both of us put together. But he reached the age of 18 and said: I’m not really enjoying my cricket. And Shane said, well, if you’re not enjoying it, leave it. And he quit,” Lee said.

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I was always the fastest in U12 and 14 –Brett Lee

Brett Lee revealed that he was introduced to his fast pace at a very young age. He also said that he was considered the fastest among his group since the days of Under-12 cricket.

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“Probably sixteen. I was playing with the qualifications and was always the fastest in U12 and 14. At the age of 16, playing in the Sydney grade, to go from the regional grade to the Sydney grade against the big boys, that’s when I thought, okay, this is going to be a challenge. But at sixteen, I thought I knew it was going to be fast,” Lee added.

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Talking more about Brett Lee, he finished his career with 310 Test wickets, 380 ODI wickets and 28 T20I wickets. On the other hand, his brother Shane Lee scored 477 runs and bagged 48 wickets in ODI cricket. Brett said goodbye to international cricket in July 2012. Meanwhile, Shane was forced to retire in early April 2003 at the age of 29 due to knee problems.

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