Dinesh Mongia announces retirement from all forms of cricket

By | September 18, 2019

Former India all-rounder Dinesh Mongia declared his retirement on Tuesday from all forms of cricket. Mongia is known for being picked over VVS Laxman from the group that ended runner-up in South Africa from the ICC World Cup 2003.

The cricketer left his under-19 introduction for Punjab in October 1995 and on the rear part of his constant performance in cricket for more than 6 decades, Mongia was awarded an ODI call-up to the national team against Australia in 2001.

Mongia and with a T20I played however, he never played with a Test.

The batsman had a first-class that is successful livelihood. Mongia played with 121 first-class contains 21 centuries to his name and games.

Mongia had played for Leicestershire and Lancashire.

His signature was lost by mongia to cricket. Players prohibited from the Board due to their institution with the ICL were allowed amnesty but Mongia stayed the cricketer who had been kept from the circuit.

The cricketer is thought to be taking training assignments on. Last year, Mongia was created a country selector from the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA).

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