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Surprising! This star batsman announces retirement from competitive cricket with an emotional email

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 13 July 2018, 15:23 IST
Yuvraj Singh - Mohammad Kaif

Indian cricketer Mohammad Kaif announces retirement from all the formats of cricket and this is to notice Mohammed Kaif played his last match for India around 12 years back. He was a good middle order batsman who was famous for his fielding. The 37 years old Mohammad Kaif played 13 tests and 125 ODI for team India.

Mohammad Kaif got famous for the innings he played in the final of Netwest series 2002 vs England. He made 87 not out runs in the important at Lords. Mohammad Kaif announces his retirement through an email.

 

Mohammad Kaif

"I'm writing to you today to announce my retirement from all forms of first-class cricket. I am retiring today as it's been 16 years since the historic NatWest Trophy win in which I was glad to play my part, and I'd like to remember that as I bow out. I am grateful for the opportunity to have worn the India cap, and to have gone on to play 125 ODIs and 13 Tests for India, and for several other moments."

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Mohammad Kaif-Sourav Ganguly

Mohammad Kaif was a part of the squad played the final match against Austrailia in 2003 World Cup in South Africa. Currently, Mohammad Kaif is doing commentary for Star Sports in the cricket matches.

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First published: 13 July 2018, 15:23 IST
 
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