October 10, 2010

Muttiah Muralitharan declare his retirement from international cricket

Muttiah Muralitharan, the king bowler in Cricket history, has declared that he would go retire after 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup that will be star from February.

He is one of controversial figure for his bowling history in cricket history. But he could overcome everything with his passion and hard work. His best achievement, he has earned the title of most test cricket holder. On Saturday, he has public his retirement plan.

The Sportal  wrote:
"We have been a great side for last three years and last year was a phenomenal year for CSK because we won the IPL and Champions Trophy," he said.
"But unfortunately as retention you can hold only four players and you have to auction some players."
"Depending on how the owners want to buy the team (I will stay). It's sad for the players but rules have been written, so you can't change."
"I hope that they might buy me back otherwise I will play for whichever team pick me and I will be loyal to them."

Cricket fans knowns that Murali already been retired form Test Cricket. But he is dominating short formatted cricket tournament in Indian Premier League. He use to play on the side of the Chennai Super Kings (CSK)

38 years old, picked up 515 wickets from 337 ODI cricket tournaments and 94 from 72 matches in Twenty20.