Ajit Agarkar announces his retirement from domestic cricket


Ajit Agarkar in action for Maharashtra Ranji team

Ajit Agarkar appeals for a wicket during a Ranji fixture

Former Indian pacer Ajit Agarkar has announced his retirement from domestic cricket in Mumbai today.The 35-year old had represented India in the international circuit and had played 191 ODIs and scored 1269 runs with a highest score of 95 runs and had picked 288 wickets.

He had also donned the Indian jersey in 26 test matches and had scored 571 runs meanwhile picking up 58 wickets.

He had also played 110 First-Class matches for Mumbai scoring 3336 runs and picking up 299 wickets. The Mumbaikar played his last domestic cricket match against Saurashtra earlier this year.

The player was credited to be the fastest bowler to pick up 50 wickets, at the time of his international debut. He is also the third highest wicket taker for India.

22nd Match - Pool A - ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
one-day Live
ENG 309/6 53/0 SL
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21st Match - Pool B - ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
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IND 104/1 102/10 UAE
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India won by 9 wickets.