Kolkata: Ashok Dinda, who was the star pitcher of Indian domestic cricket, has retired from all formats of cricket. In domestic cricket, the veteran Bengal (Bengal) fast pitcher was speaking. Ashok Dinda has taken 420 wickets in 116 first-class matches. In this way, Ashok Dinda’s decade-and-a-half career came to an end.
Ashok Dinda’s body did not support
Ashok Dinda, 36, played 13 ODIs and nine T20 internationals for India. Dinda took 12 wickets in ODI and 17 wickets in international T20s. Dinda played three matches for Goa in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, but later realized that her body was not supporting.
69 IPL counters
Dinda has represented the Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders, Pune Warriors India, Rising Pune Supergiants and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL). This fast bowler has won 69 wickets in 78 IPL games at a strike rate of 21.97.
Second successful bowler after Utpal Chatterjee
Ashok Dinda is Bengal’s second most successful player after former left-arm spinner Utpal Chatterjee. Dinda said: “I am retiring from all formats of cricket. I sent an email about this to the BCCI and the Goa Cricket Association.
Thanks to Sourav Ganguly
Dinda thanked BCCI President and former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, who faced the people in the 2005-2006 season to give the Stimulator a chance to make his debut against Maharashtra in Pune. Bengal Cricket Association President Avishek Dalmiya, Secretary Snehasish Ganguly and Co-Secretary Devavrata Das thanked Dinda for her contribution and presented her with a silver plaque and a bouquet of flowers.