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This star player announced his retirement in the middle of the match, suddenly took this big decision – India TV Hindi

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This star player announced his retirement in the middle of the match, suddenly took this big decision – India TV Hindi

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Varun Aaron

The match is taking place between Jharkhand and Rajasthan in Ranji Trophy 2024. This match will be played between 16 February and 19 February. In this match, Jharkhand team has won the toss and decided to bat first. Batting first, Jharkhand team has scored only 188 runs. On the other hand, after the end of the first day’s play, Rajasthan team has scored 79 runs at the loss of one wicket. But now in the middle of this match, a star fast bowler has surprised everyone by announcing his retirement. Let us know about this player.

This player announced his retirement

Star fast bowler Varun Aaron, who played for Jharkhand in Ranji Trophy, has announced his retirement. He will say goodbye to red ball cricket after the ongoing Ranji Trophy match between Rajasthan. Varun Aaron’s journey in red ball cricket started in 2008. When he made his debut in first class cricket for Jharkhand in the Ranji Trophy league match against Jammu and Kashmir.

Said this on retirement

Varun Aaron told ESPNcricinfo that I have been playing red ball cricket since 2008. Because I bowled fast, I suffered many injuries. Now I understand that my body will not allow me to continue bowling fast in red ball cricket, so I have decided to call it quits. This could be my last match in front of my family and the people of Jamshedpur, because we don’t often play white ball matches here. I started my career here, so it’s quite emotional for me.

Has taken so many wickets in his career

Varun Aaron had fast pace. For this reason, he soon got a chance to debut for the Indian team. He made his ODI debut for India in the year 2011. Varun Aaron’s career could not last long due to injuries. He has taken 18 wickets in 9 test matches and 11 wickets in 9 ODI matches for Team India. He played his last match for India in the year 2015. In 65 first class matches, he has taken 168 wickets at an average of 33.74. Apart from this, he has taken 138 wickets in 84 List A matches.

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