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Suresh Raina retires from all forms of International cricket & IPL

Suresh Raina retires from all forms of International cricket & IPL

Suresh Raina retires from all forms of International cricket & IPL

Suresh Raina retires from all forms of International cricket & IPL

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  • Suresh Raina resigned from all forms of cricket on Tuesday.
  • Raina had resigned from worldwide cricket in 2020.
  • Raina was a vital piece of India’s restricted overs sides.
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Suresh Raina on Tuesday announced his retirement from all types of cricket, including the Indian Premier League.

Suresh Raina, who was a integral part of four-time IPL champions Chennai Super Kings, went unsold in the auction earlier in 2022.

The left-given hitter was a permanent fixture in the Indian team for a long time and was important for the 2011 World Cup winning side too. Raina has addressed India in each of the three formats of the game, yet his commitments to white-ball cricket stick out.

In 226 ODI matches for the country, the left-given hitter scored 5615 runs at a normal of 35.31 with his most elevated score being 116 not out. With regards to T20Is, Raina played 78 matches and scored 1065 runs. He was likewise the principal Indian player to score 100 years in the briefest arrangement of the game.

The 35-year-old had resigned from worldwide cricket on August 15, 2020 – that very day when MS Dhoni reported his retirement as an India cricketer. On Tuesday, Raina put out an announcement by means of his authority Twitter account and said that it has been a distinction to address his country and state in cricket.

The left-given player then continued to declare his retirement from all arrangements of the game and said thanks to the BCCI and Chennai Superkings among others. He additionally expressed gratitude toward the fans for their help and enduring confidence in him.

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“It has been an absolute honour to represent my country & state UP. I would like to announce my retirement from all formats of Cricket. I would like to thank @BCCI @UPCACricket @ChennaiIPL @ShuklaRajiv sir & all my fans for their support and unwavering faith in my abilities,” said Raina on Twitter.

With his assertion, Raina has cut down the drape on a sparkling profession that was loaded up with a great deal of outcome in worldwide cricket and on the IPL stage.

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