Wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel reports retirement from all configurations of the game
An 18-year-long celebrated lifetime reached a conclusion, on Wednesday, as wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel reported his retirement from all types of the game.
Parthiv, 35, has included in 25 Tests, 38 ODIs and two or three T20Is for India. In homegrown cricket, he included in 194 five star matches for Gujarat.
He broke into the Indian group in 2002, turning into the most youthful wicketkeeper in Tests, subsequent to making his presentation at 17 years and 153 days. While he had a fair beginning to his profession, Patel lost his place in 2004 with the rise of Dinesh Karthik and Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
Parthiv Patel made his introduction in global cricket in 2002 against England at Trent Bridge, and turned into the most youthful wicketkeeper in Test cricket. Subsequent to losing his place to MS Dhoni in the Indian group, Patel made a concise rebound to the longest arrangement of the game in 2016, when he was brought in as trade for Wriddhiman Saha.
He last showed up for India in 2018 during a Test against South Africa in Johannesburg.
The 35-year-old previous cricketer scored 736 runs in ODIs, which included four half-hundreds of years. In Tests, he scored 934 runs with six half-hundreds of years.
The wicketkeeper-batsman stays a robust in the homegrown cricket, and broadly drove the Gujarat side to Ranji Trophy win in the 2016-17 season.
In the Indian Premier League, Parthiv Patel has highlighted for six establishments, most-as of late showing up for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. In the 2020 release, notwithstanding, he didn't play a solitary match all through the competition