Yo Mahesh retired from all forms of cricket

Yo Mahesh retired from all forms of cricket

Yo Mahesh (Pic Source : Twitter)

This year is considered to be good bye year to most of the cricketers from the game. Many players had took decision to leave cricket like legend MS Dhoni, Suresh Raina, Parthiv Patel and now Yo Mahesh has announced retirement from every form of format on 20th December 2020.

He has a astonishing career in the domestic formats like first class cricket and domestic tournaments etc. He has played 61 List-A, 50 First class matches and 46 T20 games in his all career and these stats are from 2006.

He has also participated in the Indian Premier League and played the last game in the previous year. He has appeared for Delhi Daredevils and Chennai Super Kings.

“At the outset, thanks to BCCI for the opportunity to represent India at U-19 level and the India-A,” quoted by 32 year old player.

“It’s been an honour and with utmost pride I call it the highest point of my career,”. Added by Yo Mahesh.

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He has debuted for Bengal in 2006 for the first class games but got limelight in 2008 where he registered tremendous 16 wickets in his bag for Delhi Daredevils in the inaugural season. But eventually later on he couldn’t produce the effectiveness like the first season and finally lands up in managing only seven wickets in the total of next three editions and lost spot from the league.

His career stats consists of this all-rounder has 1000 runs in the first class cricket and a total of 253 wickets in all the formats.

“To my two IPL franchise, Delhi Daredevils and Chennai Super Kings, for having faith in me to represent them and for giving me an opportunity to share the dressing room with the legends of the game. The last five years have been injury ridden but I am grateful to India Cements for being solid and having my back. I would like to thank my state cricket Tamil Nadu Cricket Association for nurturing me from the age of 14 and finishing within 12 years of first class cricket” stated by Yo Mahesh.

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