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International cricketers who called it a day in 2022

With reports of Jhulan Goswami set to hang up her boots doing the rounds, hers would only be an addition to the list of cricketers who retired this year so far



Veteran Indian cricketer Jhulan Goswami is all set to retire from international cricket next month. The 39 year-old is scheduled to play her last match against England at Lord's on September 24 this year. Goswami is the highest wicket taker in Women's One Day International cricket. In February 2018, she became the first bowler to take 200 wickets in WODIs
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Veteran Indian cricketer Jhulan Goswami is all set to retire from international cricket next month. The 39 year-old is scheduled to play her last match against England at Lord's on September 24 this year. Goswami is the highest wicket taker in Women's One Day International cricket. In February 2018, she became the first bowler to take 200 wickets in WODIs
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On June this year, Mithali Raj broke hearts when she announced her retirement from all formats of international cricket. The 39 year-old is the only female cricketer to surpass the 7,000 run mark in Women's One Day International matches. She also holds the record for most half-centuries in WODIs. In the 2018 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup, she became the first player from India to score 2000 runs in T20Is, and also became the first woman cricketer to reach 2000 WT20I runs
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On June this year, Mithali Raj broke hearts when she announced her retirement from all formats of international cricket. The 39 year-old is the only female cricketer to surpass the 7,000 run mark in Women's One Day International matches. She also holds the record for most half-centuries in WODIs. In the 2018 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup, she became the first player from India to score 2000 runs in T20Is, and also became the first woman cricketer to reach 2000 WT20I runs
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Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez, 41 announced his retirement  from international cricket in January. A former Pakistani captain, he made an impact across formats
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Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez, 41 announced his retirement from international cricket in January. A former Pakistani captain, he made an impact across formats
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South African cricketer Chris Morris bid adieu to all forms of cricket in January. The 35 year-old made his Twenty20 International debut for South Africa in December 2012 against New Zealand
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South African cricketer Chris Morris bid adieu to all forms of cricket in January. The 35 year-old made his Twenty20 International debut for South Africa in December 2012 against New Zealand
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Former Kiwi captain, Ross Taylor announced his retirement after the one-day series against Australia and Netherlands in early 2022. The 38 year-old is the first cricketer to play in 100 matches in all three formats of international cricket
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Former Kiwi captain, Ross Taylor announced his retirement after the one-day series against Australia and Netherlands in early 2022. The 38 year-old is the first cricketer to play in 100 matches in all three formats of international cricket
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Kieron Pollard said goodbye to international cricket in April this year. The 35 year-old is the first cricketer for the West Indies to play in 100 T20I matches
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Kieron Pollard said goodbye to international cricket in April this year. The 35 year-old is the first cricketer for the West Indies to play in 100 T20I matches
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Eoin Morgan, who captained the England cricket team in limited overs cricket from 2015, hung up his boots in June this year. Under his captaincy, England won the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup
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Eoin Morgan, who captained the England cricket team in limited overs cricket from 2015, hung up his boots in June this year. Under his captaincy, England won the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup
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Irish cricketer, Kevin O'Brien, 38 called it a day in August this year. He scored the fastest century ever in 50-over World Cup
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Irish cricketer, Kevin O'Brien, 38 called it a day in August this year. He scored the fastest century ever in 50-over World Cup
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