Indian Cricketer Rumeli Dhar announced retirement from all forms of cricket after 15 years | Indian Cricketer Retirement: This Indian cricketer suddenly retired, played World Cup final for Team India

Rumeli Dhar: India all-rounder Rumeli Dhar on Wednesday announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, contributing to the national team’s win in crucial matches for 15 years since his debut against England in 2003. Overall, he represented India in four Tests, 78 ODIs and 18 T20Is from 2003 to 2018.

End of long career

There was also the stellar achievement of making both his batting and bowling debut for India in the T20I against West Indies in 2012. Rumeli wrote through his Instagram account, ’23 years of my cricket career, which started from Shyamnagar, West Bengal, has finally come to an end, as I have announced my retirement from all forms of cricket. The journey has been long with ups and downs. Represented the Indian team during this, the women’s cricket team reached the World Cup final in 2005.

had a wonderful career

Overall, Rumeli scored 236 runs at an average of 29.50 and took 8 wickets in Test cricket at an average of 21.75. In ODI cricket, he scored 961 runs, including six half-centuries at 19.61, while taking 63 wickets at 27.38. In T20 cricket, Rumeli scored 131 runs at 18.71 with the best score of 66 not out and took 13 wickets at 23.30.

Injury kept him out of the Indian team in 2012 until an injury to veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami paved the way for his return to the national team through the T20I series against South Africa in 2018, where he took three wickets. Took wickets in two matches and took two catches.

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