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Ambati Rayudu retired from international cricket, was not found in the World Cup.

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Veteran cricketer Ambati Rayudu has retired from cricket on Wednesday. Raidu surprised everyone by announcing retirement at the age of 33. In this regard, Raidu sent a mail to the BCCI. BCCI CEO, Rahul Johri, told the Associated Newspaper of Times of India that the BCCI got their match. Johari also told that Rayudu has retired from international cricket and he will be playing one more year and IPL.

World Cup team not found in place
The Andhra Pradesh cricketer was not included in the 15-member squad sent for the World Cup. There was also a lot of discussions about him. Despite Shikhar Dhawan and Vijay Shankar being out of the World Cup, Rayudu was not taken as a replacement. Instead Rishabh Pant and Mayank Agarwal got place in the team. Tell us that when Shankar was taken in place of Rayudu in the World Cup team, people had questioned him, because before that Rayudu was playing good cricket.

Then the BCCI had argued that Shankar was taken on the basis of ‘ability in all three departments’. On this, Rayudu tweeted in a funny tone that he had ordered 3D glasses to watch the World Cup. However, even after being out of Vijay Shankar, Mayank Agrawal had an opportunity to replace Rayudu .




Talking about Rayudu’s career, he has played a total of 55 one-day internationals. In this he scored 1694 runs. It includes 3 centuries and 10 half-centuries. In the 6 T20 matches he scored a total of 42 runs. In IPL, this time he played for Chennai Super Kings. He scored 3300 runs in 147 IPL matches.

Iceland has offered citizenship
Iceland has already offered her citizenship in a fun way. Tweeted for Rayudu by Iceland Cricket’s Twitter account. It was written in the tweet that they should apply for Iceland citizenship.

In the tweet, Iceland Cricket referred to the three Test matches played by Agarwal, “Rayudu can now remove his 3D glass. The documents that we have prepared for them can be read from simple glasses. Ambati Come join us. ‘