Cricket Legends retirement

    England cricket legend stuart broad.


    Cricket legend Stuart Broad announced his retirement from Test cricket on July 29, 2023, after the third day of the fifth Ashes Test against Australia at The Oval. He is one of only two pacers to have taken over 600 Test wickets, along with James Anderson. Broad finishes his career as the fifth-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket, with 845 wickets in 167 matches.

    Broad made his Test debut in 2007 and went on to play a key role in England’s success over the past 15 years. He was a member of the team that won the Ashes in 2009, 2013, 2015, and 2019, and he also played in the 2010 and 2012 World Cups.

    Broad was a versatile bowler who could bowl both seam and swing, and he was also a capable lower-order batsman. He was a key member of England’s attack for many years, and his retirement is a significant loss for the team

    England cricket legend stuart broad retirement

    Broad will continue to play in white-ball cricket for England, and he has also said that he is interested in a career in broadcasting. He is a popular figure in cricket, and his retirement will be a sad day for many fans.

    • “A great servant to English cricket. Will be missed.” – Nasser Hussain
    • “One of the greats of the game. A brilliant bowler and a great character.” – Michael Vaughan
    • “A huge loss for England. Stuart Broad was a world-class bowler and a great team man.” – Ian Bell

    Indian domestic cricket legend Punit bisht.

    Domestic cricket legend Former Delhi wicketkeeper-batter Punit Bisht has called time on his stellar 17-year-long career on Wednesday.

    The 37-year-old, who was a part of Delhi’s last Ranji Trophy-winning team in the 2007-08 season, also played for Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya as a professional.

    Domestic Cricket Legend Punit Bisht Played 103 First-Class games, he scored 5231 runs at an average of over 38 which included 10 hundreds and an individual best of 343. He also had 299 catches and 19 stumping to his credit.

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    In 103 List A games, he had 2924 runs with six hundreds and 17 fifties and a healthy average of nearly 39.

    “I thought this is the best time to call it quits from competitive cricket. I have played 100-plus games across both First-Class and List A format and nearly 275 (272) competitive games if you take Mushtaq Ali T20 into account. There is nothing more to achieve as a player and I believe this is the right time to bid adieu,” domestic cricket legend Bisht said on Wednesday.

    “The most memorable moment will remain winning the ranji trophy with indian cricket legends. I would like to thank BCCI, DDCA, JKCA and Meghalaya CA for being a part of this journey.

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