These 5 cricketers of India were forced to retire secretly, did not get any respect


Team India: Every cricketer wants that when he takes goodbye from cricket, his farewell from the field should be with full respect, but there are some unlucky cricketers in India who did not get this honor. It is a matter of disappointment that the names of many great Indian cricketers are included in this. Let’s take a look at which are the 5 legends of India, who did not get farewell from the field with full respect after retiring.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni gave many historic moments to the Indian team. Under Dhoni’s captaincy, India has won the title of ICC World T20 (2007), Cricket World Cup (2011) and ICC Champions Trophy (2013). Apart from this, India became number one in Tests for the first time in 2009. In December 2014, Dhoni suddenly announced his retirement from Test cricket. After this Dhoni also retired from ODI and T20 International on 15 August 2020. After giving India so much success, Dhoni deserved the honor of farewell match, but no such arrangement was made for him.

Virender Sehwag

Virender Sehwag scored 8586 runs in 104 Tests for India at an average of 49.34 including 23 centuries and 32 half-centuries. His best score has been 319. Viru scored 8273 runs in 251 ODIs which included 15 centuries and 38 half-centuries. Viru’s best score in this format is 219. Apart from this, Viru scored 394 runs in 19 T20 matches, in which 68 runs were his highest score. Virender Sehwag had said goodbye to international cricket in the year 2015, but he did not get the honor of farewell match.

gautam gambhir

Gautam Gambhir retired from international cricket in the year 2018, but he did not get the honor of farewell match. Gautam Gambhir was the hero of the final match of the 2007 T20 World Cup against Pakistan and the 2011 ODI World Cup against Sri Lanka. He represented the Indian team in 58 Test matches in an international career and scored 4154 runs at an average of 41.95, including nine centuries. Gambhir scored 5238 runs in 147 One Day Internationals at an average of 39.68. In which that memorable innings of 97 runs in the 2011 World Cup final, due to which India won the World Cup for the second time. He played 11 century innings in ODIs. Gambhir also made his mark in T20 Internationals. He scored 932 runs in 37 matches with the help of seven half-centuries, with an average of 27.41.

Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid had said goodbye to international cricket in the year 2012 after a poor performance on the tour of Australia. There are only two such batsmen from Team India, who have scored more than 10,000 runs in both Test and ODI. Apart from Sachin Tendulkar, Dravid has scored 13,288 runs in Tests, which includes 36 centuries and 63 half-centuries. Dravid has scored 10,889 runs in ODIs. In which his 12 centuries are included. Dravid has scored 10,889 runs in ODIs. In which his 12 centuries are included. Dravid holds the world record for taking the most catches as a fielder. He took 210 catches in 301 innings. Dravid, who retired from cricket, focused on the field of coaching, but he did not get the honor of a farewell match.

Zaheer Khan

Team India’s great fast bowler Zaheer Khan had retired from international cricket in the year 2017, but he did not get the honor of farewell match. Left-arm fast bowler Zaheer Khan took the reins of the Indian fast bowling attack for a long time. Zaheer was running injured for a long time. Because of this he was kept out of Team India. Zaheer played the last Test against New Zealand in February 2014, while the last ODI was played against Sri Lanka in Pallikal in August 2012. After that he could not return to Team India. Zaheer Khan took 311 wickets in 92 Test matches for India, while Zaheer took 282 wickets in 200 ODIs. Apart from this, he has 17 wickets in 17 T20 matches. Zaheer has taken more than 600 wickets in international cricket for India.

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