HomeCricketJoginder Sharma Has Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

Joginder Sharma Has Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

2007 T20 World Cup Final over Hero Joginder Sharma has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Joginder was one reason India won the 2007 T20 World Cup. In the T20 World Cup final against Pakistan, Joginder Sharma defended 13 runs in the last over, helping to win India’s first T20 World Cup. Joginder Sharma has played 4 ODIs and 4 T20Is for India.

Joginder is a medium-fast bowler who has taken one wicket in ODIs and four wickets in T20Is. Joginder has taken 12 wickets in 16 IPL matches for Chennai Super Kings. Joginder Sharma made his ODI debut for India against Bangladesh in 2004. He made his debut in T20I cricket in 2007 against England.

Joginder Sharma Has Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

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Joginder Sharma has played for India, India Blue, Chennai Super Kings and Haryana so far. Presently Joginder Sharma is serving as Deputy Superintendent of Police in Haryana. Joginder made his retirement announcement on social media.

Joginder Sharma’s Retirement Announcement:

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