This player retired as soon as Team India was announced for T20 WC, said this on social media
Ishwar Pandey Retirement: The Indian team for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2022 to be played in Australia has been announced. Fast bowlers Jasprit Bumrah and Harshal Patel have returned for this tournament. Meanwhile, fast bowler Ishwar Pandey, who was once a part of the Indian cricket team, has announced his retirement. The fast bowler, who played for Chennai Super Kings in IPL, announced his retirement from international and first class cricket on Instagram.
‘Sad that didn’t get a chance to play more for the country’
Announcing his retirement on Instagram, Ishwar Pandey wrote that today that day has come and with a heavy heart I have decided to retire from international and first class cricket. I started this wonderful journey in 2007 and since then I have enjoyed every moment on and off the field. He further wrote that I was included in the Test series against England and New Zealand, it was a matter of pride for me, but it is also sad that I could not get a chance to play more for the country.
Ishwar Pandey has been a part of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings
Significantly, Ishwar Pandey has been a part of Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s team Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in IPL. However, he did not get a chance to play in the IPL for the last 3 seasons. At the same time, talking about the career of this fast bowler, he has played 58 List A and 71 T20 matches in addition to 75 first class matches. Apart from 75 First Class matches, Ishwar Pandey took 263, 63 and 68 wickets in 58 List A and 71 T20 matches respectively. Although this player did not get a chance to play an international match, Ishwar Pandey was part of the Indian Test and ODI team on that tour when the Indian team toured New Zealand in 2014.
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