Mithali Raj Retirement: Mithali Raj retires, says goodbye to international cricket

Mithali Raj said goodbye to international cricket

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Former India captain and veteran batsman Mithali Raj has announced her retirement.

Former India captain and veteran batsman Mithali Raj has announced retirement. Mithali, who started her career in 1999, showed a great game for the whole two decades and now she has said goodbye to this game. Mithali Raj played 232 ODIs, 89 T20 matches for the Indian women’s cricket team. He also represented the country in 12 Test matches. Mithali Raj scored 7805 runs in ODIs and 2364 runs came off her bat in T20Is. He has 699 runs in Test cricket. Mithali Raj scored a total of 8 international centuries. He scored 7 in ODIs and a century in Tests.

Mithali Raj made her international debut when she was 16 years old. In that match on June 26, 1999, Mithali Raj scored a century in the debut ODI itself. Mithali scored 114 runs against Ireland. Team India won the match by 161 runs.