Discarded Indian Cricketers Who Should Announce Their Retirement From International Cricket
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Discarded Indian Cricketers Who Should Announce Their Retirement From International Cricket

Discarded Indian Cricketers Who Should Announce Their Retirement From International Cricket
Discarded Indian Cricketers Who Should Announce Their Retirement From International Cricket
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The bench strength of the Indian Cricket Team is at an all-time high at the moment and this has been testified to the hilt in the past 7-8 months during the Australian Test series where the fringe players showcased their potential to the hilt and also, during the recent squad selection for the white-ball tour of Sri Lanka.

The brimming bench strength also means that once you get dropped from the set-up, it is very difficult to regain your spot back thanks to the sheer competition between players for a place in the playing 11.

This also means that discarded Indian cricketers, who haven’t played international cricket for a while, face an uphill task to come into national reckoning.

Here’s a look at discarded Indian cricketers who should announce their retirement from international cricket:

Stuart Binny

Discarded Indian Cricketers Who Should Announce Their Retirement From International Cricket
Stuart Binny (Image Credit- Twitter)

Stuart Binny still holds the record for the best individual figures by an Indian in ODI cricket.

The right-handed seam-bowling all-rounder claimed a barely believable 4/6 against Bangladesh in 2014.

But, it is fair to say that Binny will never play for the national side again. The all-rounder, who was picked in the Indian 2015 World Cup squad ahead of Yuvraj Singh, last featured for the national team in a T20I against the West Indies in 2016.

Binny featured in 6 Tests, 14 ODIs, and 3 T20Is between 2014-16, and with him being no way near national reckoning, its fitting that the 37-year-old  announces his retirement from international cricket.

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Yash Mittal

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