Incredible Indian cricketer Mithali Raj reported her retirement from all types of worldwide cricket on Wednesday. She took to Twitter to share an assertion and said thanks to everybody for the “love and backing”. Mithali resigns as the main run-getter in ladies’ ODIs.
She addressed India in 232 matches, scoring 7805 runs at a normal of 50.68. She had before reported her retirement from T20 internationals. Mithali made her global presentation in June 1999, in an ODI against Ireland. She had captained India in the ICC Women’s World Cup recently in New Zealand, where India neglected to meet all requirements for the semi-finals.
It was under her captaincy that India arrived at the last of the 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup, where they barely lost to England. Mithali was likewise chief of the group in 2005 when India had lost to Australia in the last of the ICC Women’s World Cup.
The smart player scored 2364 runs in 89 T20Is, the most by an Indian till date. Mithali likewise addressed India in 12 Test matches, scoring 699 runs.
She scored 8 global hundreds of years and 85 fifties during her over twenty years in length profession.
Her innings of 214 against England in 2002, stays the second most elevated individual score by a hitter in ladies’ Test cricket.
“Much thanks to you for all your adoration and backing throughout the long term! I anticipate my second innings with your approval and backing,” tweeted Mithali.