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Three Different Cricketers’ Retirement Announcements Shocked the World

by khushahal vishwakarma
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MS Dhoni surprised the world on August 15, 2020, when he announced on social media that he was quitting international cricket

Suresh Raina, a left-handed batter and close friend of Dhoni, made the decision to retire his international career a short while after Dhoni made his declaration.

The two veterans unquestionably made a significant contribution to Team India’s success for more than 15 years. Particularly at the 2007 T20 World Cup, the 2011 ODI World Cup, and the 2013 Champions Trophy, Dhoni guided the country to victory. Raina also contributed to the previous two victories.

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We look at three players whose retirement announcement rocked the world as the cricketing community recalled Dhoni and Raina on their third retirement anniversary.

3 Ben Stokes is making a comeback after retiring from ODI play.

Ben Stokes garnered media attention in 2022 for a number of reasons. In addition to replacing Joe Root as England’s Test captain, he also shocked everyone by announcing his retirement from ODIs. Stokes became one of the best all-rounders, having a significant impact on the game with his outstanding batting and bowling skills. Although his choice to stop playing 50-over cricket was unexpected, it demonstrated his attention to the unpredictable schedule and his devotion to Test cricket.

Given England’s ambition to have the 32-year-old player for the forthcoming One Day International World Cup scheduled in India later this year, recent reports hint a potential U-turn by the player.

2 Stuart Broad A Legendary Bowler’s Farewell

Excellent fast bowler Stuart Broad recently shocked the globe by announcing his retirement from all forms following the triumphant Ashes series in 2023. Broad established himself as a star performer with 604 wickets in Test cricket. Since making his international cricket debut in 2006, he has consistently contributed to England’s success in all formats. An remarkable career came to an end in his final Test match, which he played against Australia at The Oval and got the final two wickets.

1 One of India’s Greatest Captains was Sourav Ganguly.

Just before the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2008, Sourav Ganguly announced his retirement from international cricket after a difficult year of reintegration into the Indian side following Greg Chappell’s reign. Ganguly, one of India’s most successful captains, experienced his fair share of ups and downs throughout his career. With his forceful leadership and outstanding hitting, accumulating 18,575 runs in 424 international matches, he made a significant impression. With 11,363 runs in his ODI career alone, he stood out as India’s third-highest scorer ever.

The “Prince of Kolkata” continues to retain a particular place in Indian cricket history, making extraordinary accomplishments that will always be remembered.
On the anniversary of their third retirements, the cricketing community looks back on these individuals and remembers the surprises they brought to the game.

On the anniversary of their third retirements, the cricketing community looks back on these individuals and remembers the surprises they brought to the game.

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