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Cricketers Who Took Retirement In Ranji Trophy, Five ‘Pandavas’ of Indian cricket, whose entire career ended in exile, fate kept betraying them – top five Indian cricketers who took retirement Ranji Trophy

Cricketers Who Took Retirement In Ranji Trophy, Five ‘Pandavas’ of Indian cricket, whose entire career ended in exile, fate kept betraying them – top five Indian cricketers who took retirement Ranji Trophy
Cricketers Who Took Retirement In Ranji Trophy, Five ‘Pandavas’ of Indian cricket, whose entire career ended in exile, fate kept betraying them – top five Indian cricketers who took retirement Ranji Trophy

New Delhi: Five legendary players who have left their special mark in domestic cricket have decided to bid farewell to the game with the conclusion of the current season of Ranji Trophy. These players include Bengal legend Manoj Tiwari, Jharkhand batsman Saurabh Tiwari and fast bowler Varun Aaron, Mumbai’s Dhawal Kulkarni and Vidarbha’s Ranji Trophy-winning captain Faiz Fazal. All these players have given different reasons for retirement, including not having an IPL contract and losing hope of returning to the national team. For these reasons, these players want to join other work or politics. Varun Aaron, Manoj Tiwari and Faiz Fazal bid goodbye to their careers on the same ground where they started their careers. Let’s take a look at these five ‘Pandavas’ of domestic cricket…

Manoj Tiwari

Bengal’s star batsman Manoj Tiwari hung up his bat forever. Manoj Tiwari, active in politics, is a TMC MLA as well as the Sports Minister of West Bengal. 38-year-old Tiwari, who has played for the state for almost two decades, has played 12 ODIs and three T20 matches for India. Manoj Tiwari, who played his last international match in 2015, has 287 runs in his name in 12 ODIs with one century and one half-century. Apart from this, he has scored 10195 runs in 148 first-class cricket matches with the help of 30 centuries and 45 half-centuries. His best score has been 303 runs unbeaten.

Faiz Fazal

It was under the captaincy of Fazal that Vidarbha won its first Ranji Trophy title in 2017-18 and then defended it well in the next season. Top order batsman Faiz Fazal was a big name in the domestic circuit. 38-year-old Faiz Fazal got a chance to play only one ODI for India. In 2016, he scored a brilliant debut half-century in the third ODI of the Zimbabwe tour. In the absence of senior players, most of the young players in that team were given a chance. Later he never got a place in the senior Indian team again. In 138 first-class matches, Faiz Fazal scored 9184 runs with the help of 24 centuries and 39 half-centuries.

Dhawal Kulkarni

Mumbai’s Dhawan Kulkarni is known for his swing, movement and accurate bowling. He has been among the most reliable fast bowlers in domestic cricket. Kulkarni made many memorable performances in his domestic career that spanned 17 years. This 35-year-old fast bowler played 95 first-class matches, taking 281 wickets at an average of 27.31. Dhawal Kulkarni also got a chance to play for India. Dhawal Kulkarni, who debuted in 2014, played his first ODI on the England tour and his first T20 in Zimbabwe. During this period, he took 19 ODI and three T-20 wickets.

Saurabh Tiwari

The retirement of 34-year-old aggressive batsman Saurabh Tiwari has created a big void in the Jharkhand team. Saurabh, who was a member of Virat Kohli’s Under-19 Indian team, played for Jharkhand team for 17 years. He scored 8030 runs in 115 first-class matches, which included 22 centuries and 34 half-centuries. Saurabh Tiwari, who was selected in the senior Indian team after his explosive performance in the IPL, scored 49 runs in two innings of three ODI Internationals. After this he also never got a chance again. On the occasion of his retirement, Saurabh Tiwari said, ‘I believe that if you do not get a place in the national team or in the IPL, then this is the right time to leave space for young players.’

Varun Aaron

35-year-old Varun Aaron, one of India’s fastest bowlers, could not perform up to his potential due to frequent injuries. His name includes 173 wickets in 66 matches in first-class cricket. Varun Aaron got opportunities to play nine ODIs and the same number of T20 Internationals for India, in which he took 18 and 11 wickets respectively. Varun Aaron, who debuted in 2011, played his last match for India in 2015, after which he was never able to make a comeback in the team.

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