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5 Indian Players Who Might Retire From International Cricket In 2020; The last decade of cricket has given a lot for the Indian fans, as they truly dominated the world cricket across formats. They started the decade with a World Cup victory, which ended 28- year wait and later won the ICC Champions Trophy in 2013 under MS Dhoni’s leadership.

Later, Virat Kohli took the charge and led India to become the No.1 team in Test Cricket Rankings. We also came across a few emotional scenes when Sachin Tendulkar called curtains on his career alongside a few legendary cricketers like Virender Sehwag, Yuvraj Singh, Gautam Gambhir and Zaheer Khan, who too bid adieu to the gentleman’s game.

Much like the same, the new decade might also witness quite a few stalwarts of the game – to hung their boots. 2020 had already started with the retirement of Irfan Pathan, who called it for all forms of the game.

Meanwhile, we figured out five cricketers, who might retire in 2020.

Five Indian Players Who Might Retire From International Cricket In 2020:

5. Murali Vijay:

Murali Vijay
Murali Vijay. (Credits: BCCI)

The downfall of Murali Vijay is one of the most surprising stories happened in Indian Cricket. He was expected to be the long-serving candidate for India in Test cricket after his magical knocks in overseas.

Vijay was one of the more valuable finds of the post-Tendulkar era; a vital cog in the top-order of the team who had consistently proved his mettle in away conditions with his adaptable technique.

But soon, he faded away giving way for the youngsters, who took it with both hands. With youngsters like Mayank Agarwal, Prithvi Shaw and Shubman Gill in the competition alongside Rohit Sharma, Murali Vijay might not get any chance to don the Indian Jersey again.

He scored 3982 runs in 61 Test matches at an average of 38.29. Murali Vijay also appeared in 17 ODI matches and 9 T20 International games.

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