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Suresh Raina announced retirement from international Cricket after MS Dhoni

August 17, 2020

Written By,

Ankit Seth

Suresh Raina, on Saturday (August 15), joined MS Dhoni in officially declaring his retirement from all global cricket. The CSK all-rounder, similar to his skipper, made it official in an Instagram post.

Suresh Raina declared his retirement on Twitter. He said that with a lot of feelings which are different most probably he now is ready to make this call of his retirement. The left-hander additionally said about how cricket excites him. He said that from a young age, as a little boy he genuinely played Cricket on every street, gali and nukkad [nooks and corners] of his unobtrusive network before making it to the Indian gathering. Raina feels that all he could ever think of was cricket. All he used to think about was cricket and it experiences his veins. He proceeded to state that there was no singular day without recollecting his favorable luck. Without perceiving all that he has got from god and his kinfolk who showered just love on him.

Suresh Raina likewise wrote in his twitter post that everything he strove for was to regard those blessings and give his start and end therefore to his game, to the country and every single person who has been a bit of this trip. He said that he had various clinical techniques, incidents and minutes when he got the feeling that it's time. Anyway, he didn't stop or settle for anything which was not there.

https://twitter.com/ImRaina/status/1294959385215549441

The Chennai Super Kings' couple, however, are required to play in the up and coming IPL 2020, for which they two showed up in Chennai for an instructional course in front of the group's takeoff for UAE.

Raina made his ODI debut at 19 years old, in July 2005, against Sri Lanka

In his 13 years at the most elevated level, Raina turned into the principal Indian to score a T20I century. He was the first from the nation to enlist hundreds in every one of the three arrangements of universal cricket. In spite of the fact that his Test profession was brief and start-stop. He resigns having played 18 Tests, 226 ODIs and 78 T20Is for India, scoring 768, 5615 and 1605 runs separately. He additionally has 36 ODI wickets to his name and 13 each in Tests and T20Is.

An individual from India's 2004 Under-19 World Cup side, Raina made his ODI debut in July 2005, against Sri Lanka; however, he needed to sit tight five additional years for his Test debut. It unexpectedly came against a similar restriction, in July 2010. Raina accomplished the uncommon accomplishment of a hundred on Test introduction. He was additionally a piece of the 2011 World Cup-winning Indian side.

A southpaw and an infrequent off-spinner, Raina was additionally viewed as perhaps the best defender in the Indian circuit. Regularly filling in as the substitute commander. Raina drove India to a 3-2 triumph in the ODI arrangement in West Indies. It was not long after the 2011 World Cup, with Dhoni rested for the arrangement and the assigned skipper, Gautam Gambhir, precluded because of injury. He likewise drove an unpractised Indian side to a 2-0 triumph over Bangladesh in 2014, with all the seniors rested.

Both Raina and Dhoni will play next for CSK in the IPL

In the wake of tumbling off the selectors' radar for Tests; primarily because of his battles against the short ball; Raina was reviewed after very nearly two years on the 2014-15 visits through Australia. He made his rebound in India's first game post-Dhoni's retirement and under Virat Kohli's administration. This was additionally his last appearance for India in whites.

Raina was because of his ODI rebound in the arrangement against New Zealand, in 2016, got out due to Chikungunya. He last spoke to India in the two shorter organizations on the 2018 visit through England. In 2017, Raina was out from the BCCI's yearly agreements list.

Both Raina and Dhoni will be playing next for CSK in the IPL that commences on September 19.

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Written By,

Ankit Seth