Abhimanyu Mithun ,Mumbai: Karnataka fast bowler Abhimanyu Mithun, who played for India, has abruptly retired from first-class cricket. Mithun made his Test debut for India in 2010. His career in the Indian cricket team was short-lived. But he has been in first class cricket for a long time.
Only 9 matches from Indian national team
Abhimanyu Mithun played 4 matches for India in Test cricket in which he took 9 wickets. He took 3 wickets in 5 ODIs. Gemini played a lot of matches in First Class and List A. He played 103 matches in first-class cricket in which he took 338 wickets. He has 205 wickets in List A and T20 matches.
I am proud to represent the country
“I played for my country, it’s the biggest achievement for me,” Gemini said after retiring. I will always remember the joy I felt. “I have decided to retire after seeing my future and my family,” he said. There are a lot of young fast bowlers in Karnataka. If I retire at the right time, others will have a chance.
Became a cricketer from a discus thrower
Abhimanyu Mithun was the first discus thrower. But then he entered cricket. He took his first step in cricket in the ODI against South Africa. He also made his Test debut against Sri Lanka a few months later. But he didn’t play long. In the IPL too, Mithun has played a total of 16 matches for Royal Challengers Bangalore, Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad.
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