Stuart Binny Announce Retirement From all forms of Cricket

Stuart Binny Announce Retirement From all forms of Cricket

Stuart Binny announces retirement from all forms of cricket on Monday (August 30th). “I am delighted and proud to represent the country at the international level,” he said in a statement. I am grateful to all the coaches in my cricket life. At the same time, I am grateful to all the selectors who believed in me.

Stuart Binny said goodbye to cricket as he added, ‘I am also grateful to all my friends. They have been a witness to my cricketing career. My captains have believed in me. None of this would have been possible without my family. I am grateful to everyone. ‘

Stuart Binny’s career was stuck in just 14 ODIs, 6 Tests, and 3 T20s. However, even after this, he has taken a special place in the minds of Bangladeshi cricket fans. Benny was the best bowler of his career in the match in which the Tigers were all out for 58 runs in 2014. He said goodbye to cricket at the age of 36.

In 2014, Bangladesh could not win the match despite scoring 105 runs against India. In that match in Mirpur, Bangladesh was bowled out for only 57 runs by Stuart Binny. He took 6 wickets for 4 runs in that match. This is the best bowling of any Indian cricketer in ODI cricket.

Apart from his cricketing identity, he has more identities with cricket fans. Stuart Binny is the son of former India World Cup-winning cricketer Roger Binny. Stuart Binny’s wife is also a well-known face in the cricket world. Wife of cricket host Mayanti Agarwal Binny.

Although not a regular face in international cricket, Stuart Binny was a regular face in domestic cricket. He played 100 ODIs and 150 Twenty20 matches in domestic cricket. He has played for Indian Premier League teams Rajasthan Royals, Mumbai Indians, and Royal Challengers Bangalore.


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