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Murali Vijay announces his retirement from International Cricket

By Real11 - Jan 30 2023 314 Views
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India's opening batter Murali Vijay confirms his retirement from International Cricket

 

On Monday, 38-year-old India's opening batter Murali Vijay retired from International Cricket. He shared his retirement news on social media. In his note, via Twitter, he wrote that I announce my retirement from International Cricket.

He was last seen playing in the Border Gavaskar Trophy in the year 2018 on an Australia tour. He played his last ODI on 14 July 2015 against Zimbabwe at Harare. At the same time, on 19 July 2015, he played his last T20 International match against Zimbabwe in Harare.

Vijay played 61 Test matches in his career for team India. During this, he scored 3982 runs in 105 innings at an average of 38.28 and a strike rate of 46.29. He has 15 half-centuries and 12 centuries in the longest format of cricket.

In 16 innings of 17 ODIs, the 38-year-old batter scored 339 runs at an average of 21.18 and a strike rate of 66.99. He has scored 1 half-century in ODIs. At the same time, in 9 innings of 9 T20 Internationals, he scored 169 runs at an average of 18.77 and a strike rate of 109.74. His highest score in the quickest format is 48 runs.

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