In any sports, many new players come and many players retired, but the players who had exceptionally well career will remember even after their retirement. Here in this article, there is a list of some legend Cricketers who Retired In 2019.
Cricketers Retired From All Forms Of Cricket
This left-handed allrounder started his international journey in 2000 against Kenya and had such a great career. His cricket journey is like roller-coaster ride as when he was on the peak of his career in 2011 world cup and immediately after the world cup he diagnosed with cancer but this brave solider defeat cancer and come back again to Indian t-20 side in 2012 world cup. He played his last international match in 2017 against west indies. On 10 July 2019, he retires from all format of cricket.
This legend had started his international career in 2004 by playing a test match against India in Eden Gardens. During his initial days, everyone says that he is a test player who can’t play ODI and t-20 but he shut their mouth with his bat. He is the fastest to score 5,6,7thousand in ODI in the world. On 8 Aug 2019, he announces his retirement from all formats of games.
3. Ambati Rayudu
He started his international career in 2013 against vs zimbabwe and after then he always remains in and out of the squad due to large competition at no. 4th position. He scored 1694 runs in 55 ODI with an average of 47.06. He is not selected in world cup squad due to this he announces his retirement from all formats of cricket in July 2019.
Players Who Retire From Different Forms Of Cricket
This South African legendary pacer started his career in 2004 vs England. He is the highest test wicket-taker for his team. He takes 439wickets in just 93 matches. Now he retires from test cricket.
This legend recently retires from ODI cricket and already retired from test cricket in 2011. He is currently the t-20 captain of Sri Lankan cricket and he will retire after t-20 world cup 2020.
To read more on Lasith Malinga and his journey check the link https://cricbolly.com/some-interesting-fact-and-stats-of-malinga-the-yorker-king/
After the horrible world cup 2019 with both at and the ball he announces his retirement from ODI cricket .mow he will play only t-20 cricket for Pakistan.