England, Arsenal and Chelsea great Ashley Cole hangs up his boots with a superb set of career achievements.
Steve Smith will sit out the rest of the second Ashes Test due to delayed concussion following his injury from Jofra Archer's bowling.
Steve Smith received some boos when he came back out at Lord's after initially retiring hurt, much to the chagrin of Mitchell Johnson.
In a bid to force a positive result and level the series, England declared on 258-5 on the final day of the second Ashes Test at Lord's.
Play was set to resume at 12.10pm local time at Lord's after early rain caused a delay to proceedings on the fifth day of the second Test.
The former Australia captain will take no part in the final day of the second Test, but Steve Smith hopes to return at Headingley.
Derby County did not give former England left-back Ashley Cole a new deal and he has now confirmed his retirement.
England made a strong start to day five of the second Ashes Test, Ben Stokes reaching 50 as the hosts extended their lead to 165.
Steve Smith was forced off with an injury after being struck by a Jofra Archer short ball, leaving the England paceman concerned.
Australia batsman Steve Smith was jeered by a minority of the Lord's crowd as he returned to the crease on day four of the second Test.