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    Brett Lee calls it a day

    • The Australian pace sensation ended his glorious 13-year career on July 13, 2012. Here we look at his limited-overs career in pics. (Getty Images)

    • At a young age, Lee joined the experienced players' fold to lead the Australian pace attack. (Getty Images)

    • Lee created an incredible impact in the domestic circuit as well. He claimed 487 scalps in First Class cricket and 431 in his List A career. (Getty Images)

    • Lee made his ODI debut against Pakistan on January 9, 2000, during the Carlton and United Series at the Gabba, Brisbane. (Getty Images)

    • Strategy and planning has been the key for this Australian speedometer. (Getty Images)

    • Lee came into limelight even while stalwarts like Glenn McGrath and Jason Gillespie spearheaded the Australian attack. (Getty Images)

    • The Australian pacer's guile made him an enigma for his opponents. (Getty Images)

    • Rival batsmen were bamboozled many a times by this Australian mean machine. (Getty Images)

    • The Australian bowling sensation performed with the bat as well whenever his team needed him to. (Getty Images)

    • Lee's extraordinary ability to swing the ball with pace made him even more effective. (Getty Images)

    • His celebratory leap after taking a breakthrough will be always missed on a cricket ground. (Getty Images)

    • "It's official, I have retired from international cricket! Thanks for all your love and support. It's been an amazing 13 years," he wrote. (Getty Images)

    • Lee's toe-crushing yorkers were a nightmare for the opposition batsmen. (Getty Images)

    • Brett Lee has claimed 715 international wickets in his 13-year glorious career. (Getty Images)

    • Lee, who was also nicknamed 'Binga', delivered whenever his team and captain needed him to. (Getty Images)