Indian cricketer Mohammed Kaif has on Friday formally resigned from all types of cricket.
As per ESPN cricinfo, this came 16 years after Kaif “guided India to one of their most noteworthy triumphs in ODI history – whipping England by pursuing 325 at Lord’s in the NatWest Series last.”
He started his two-decade-long five star vocation in 1997-98.
In a global vocation that traversed six years (2000-2006), he played in 13 Tests and 125 One Day Internationals.
“I am resigning today as it’s been a long time since the noteworthy Natwest Trophy win in which I was happy to have my impact, and I’d get a kick out of the chance to recollect that as I bow out,” ESPN cricinfo cited Kaif as saying.
“I am thankful for the chance to have worn the India top, and to have gone ahead to play 125 ODIs and 13 Tests for India, and for a few different minutes,” he included.
He played his last worldwide diversion for India around 12 years back, amid the South Africa visit in 2006.
He even captained India’s U-19 group in their first-historically speaking World Cup win in 2000.
Kaif likewise played in the local field wherein he drove his home group of Uttar Pradesh and helping them win their lady Ranji Trophy title by beating Bengal in 2005-06.
A superb batsman and a similarly decent defender, Kaif completes with 10,229 keeps running in 186 top of the line matches at a normal of 38.60.
He likewise drove Chhattisgarh in their lady Ranji Trophy period of 2016-17.
Post the retirement, Kaif would like to mentor and tutoring new ability since he has just filled in as aide mentor of Gujarat Lions group in the IPL and wants to assume a comparative part in household cricket.