Murli Vijay retire from International cricket

Murli Vijay

As Murli Vijay retire from International cricket. He was one of the top quality batter for Indian
cricket over the years and now he declared his retirement from International cricket. When he
comes out to bat she creates a huge space and bat and hit the ball out of the park. He was one
of the amazing player India have ever produced.

Murli Vijay Career stats

Murli Vijay from 2008 to 2018 in 61 matches he has scored 3982 runs with 12 hundreds and 15
half century with 467 fours and 33 sixes with an average of 38.28. He was one of the top quality
player and his highest score was 167.
Vijay was one of the top run scorer against Australia from 2008 to 2018 he have scored 1324
runs with an average of 47.26 with 4 hundreds and six fifties. When he comes out to bat the
opposition fear because if he get settle on crease he hit back the ball out of the boundaries.

Murli Vijay Statement

According to ESPNcricinfo report he anmounced his retirement from International cricket he
“I am excited to announce that I will be exploring new opportunities in the world of cricket and
the business side of it, where I will also continue to participate in the sport that I love and
challenge myself in new and different environments,” 38-year-old Vijay said in a statement. “I
believe this is the next step in my journey as a cricketer and I look forward to the new chapter in
my life.”
“The media should also address it differently. I feel you are peaking in your 30s. Sitting here
right now, I feel I can bat the best way I can. But, unfortunately, the opportunities were less, and
I had to search for chances outside. I honestly feel as a person, you can only do what’s in your
hand. You can’t control the uncontrollable. Whatever happened, happened.”

“My journey from 2002-2018 has been the most wonderful years of my life,” he wrote in his
retirement note. “It was an honour representing India at the highest level of sport. I am grateful
to the opportunities provided by the BCCI, Tamil Nadu Cricket Association, Chennai Super
Kings and Chemplast Sanmar [the corporate that runs Jolly Rovers, Vijay’s club team in the
TNCA league].”

Murli Vijay IPL

Although a traditional Test opener, Vijay played in 106 IPL games and served as the captain of
the Delhi Daredevils (now the Capitals) and Punjab Kings clubs. The Chennai Super Kings, with
whom he won two IPL championships in 2010 and 2011, were the source of a large portion of
his success. Vijay’s Player-of-the-Match award for his 52-ball 95 in the championship game
versus Royal Challengers Bangalore made the victory in 2011 all the more memorable. He
amassed 2619 runs overall in the IPL, including two centuries and 13 half-centuries, with a
strike rate of 121.87.

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