If the retirement break, then these 4 fearless cricketers can create history

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Author 2019-11-07 01:03:49

There are more than one player in the cricket world, who breaks and makes many big records with his blistering performance, while there are some players who announce his retirement before, so today we will give you 4 such He is going to tell the names of fearless cricketers, which can break the game if he breaks his retirement.

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1. Mohammad Aamir (Pakistan)

Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammed Aamir has retired from Test cricket despite being informed, if this fast pacer breaks his retirement, then there can be a stir, if Mohammad Aamir's international cricket career is looked at, Mohammad Aamir Played 36 Tests for Pakistan. In this he took 119 wickets.

His best performance was six wickets for 44 runs. He took five wickets in the innings four times. World Cup was played in 2019. He took 17 wickets in 8 matches played in the World Cup 2019, during which his economy rate was just 4.90. In the same ODI cricket he has taken 77 wickets playing 59 matches and 55 wickets in T20.

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2. AB de Villiers (South Africa)

Former South African dangerous batsman AB de Villiers has announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket, in such a situation that if this dangerous batsman breaks his retirement, then there can be an earthquake, if AB de Villiers's international cricket career is looked at, So he has scored 8765 runs in 91 innings of 114 Test matches for his country at an average of 50.66, including 22 centuries and 46 half-centuries. His highest score in the test is 278.

At the same time, he has played 228 ODIs, in which he has scored 9,577 runs at an average of 53.50. His name includes 25 centuries and 53 half-centuries in ODIs. His highest score in ODIs is 176 runs. In T20 de Villiers has played 78 matches for his country and scored 1672 runs. In T20s, he has scored at an average of 26.12. He has 10 half-centuries to his name in the shortest format of the game and his unbeaten 79 is his highest score.

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3. Yuvraj Singh (India)

If Yuvraj Singh, who was the biggest match winner of the Indian team, can break his retirement, he can create a stir with his all-round performance, while if Yuvraj Singh looks at the international cricket career, then Yuvraj Singh in his international cricket career Played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20I matches. During this period, he scored 1900 runs (3 centuries and 11 half-centuries) in 62 innings of 40 Tests at an average of 33.92.

He scored 8701 runs (14 centuries and 52 fifties) at an average of 36.55 in 278 innings of 304 ODIs. Yuvraj scored 1177 runs (8 fifties) in 58 T20 Internationals at an average of 28.02. Yuvraj was also effective in bowling and took a total of 148 wickets (Test-9, ODI-111, T20I-28) in his career.

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4. Dwayne Bravo (West Indies)

Dwayne Bravo, who was the biggest West Indies all-rounder, can create a stir if he breaks his retirement, while if Dwayne looks at Bravo's international cricket career, Bravo has scored 2968 runs in 164 ODIs at an average of around 25. During this, he also scored two centuries. He also claimed 199 wickets in the same number of matches.

Apart from this, he has scored 2,200 runs in 40 Tests at an average of 31.43. It also includes three centuries. He has 1,142 runs in 66 T20 Internationals. His batting average in this format was 116.53, besides taking 52 wickets.


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