Stuart Binny: Indian all-rounder announces retirement

Stuart Binny– New Delhi. Indian all-rounder Stuart Binny announced his retirement from first-class and international cricket on Monday. Binny, 37, started his career on behalf of his state Karnataka. He appeared in six tests, 14 ODIs and three T20 internationals for India. His father Roger Binny also played for India.

Binny said in a statement: “I would like to inform you that I have decided to retire from first class and international cricket. He told Stuart Binny: “It has given me great pleasure to represent the country internationally and I’m proud of it.”

Binny Stuart didn’t score many points internationally, but took six wickets for just four points against Bangladesh in the one-day game played in Dhaka in June 2014. It is still the best ever. India’s bowling performance in ODI. He broke Anil Kumble’s record, winning 6/12 against the West Indies in 1993.

Binny also played in 95 first-class matches. Former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni also tried it in a few test matches but it didn’t have much success. He scored 78 points on his Test debut against England in July 2014. This is his only half-century in six Test matches. His international career also ended after conceding 31 points in a T20 game against the West Indies in 2016. Stuart Binny Binny also expressed his gratitude to the Indian Cricket Board, various teams, other players and to coaches who have helped him grow as a player. .

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