England fast bowler, who is suffering from injury, said goodbye to cricket, has played for KKR in IPL.


England left-arm fast bowler Harry Gurney has decided to retire from cricket following a shoulder injury. He was suffering from the injury for a long time. In IPL, he has played for Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). The 34-year-old Gurney took seven wickets in eight matches while playing for KKR in the year 2019. His best performance was two for 25 against the Rajasthan Royals. Born in Nottingham, Gurney played 10 ODIs and two T20 Internationals for England in 2014. Germany announced his retirement on social media. He did not play in the 2020 Vitality Blast Tournament due to a shoulder injury.

Garni said that he has given 24 years to cricket. His journey has been very good, he will always cherish it. He tried to recover from a shoulder injury but he is sad that he had to finish his career due to this. Playing in England and IPL and winning eight trophies abroad - including Blast, Big Bash and CPL - has been nothing short of a dream. KKR also wished for Gurniko.

In an interview with KKR last year, Garni said, 'Cricket and life was the most incredible experience for me playing in front of 70 thousand people at the Eden Gardens. I think the passion and love for sports in India is what sets IPL apart. I feel really lucky that I have experienced it. '

Guanine has represented Nottinghamshire, the Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash, Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League, and Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League. He announced his retirement from cricket after taking 614 wickets, including all the formants during his career in professional cricket.