This cricketer, who made the record of bowling best for India in ODI cricket, retired!
All-rounder Stuart Binny, who holds the record for the best bowling performance for India in ODIs, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.
According to reports, the 37-year-old Indian cricketer has said goodbye to cricket. However, he has not disclosed what his plans are for the future.
Stuart Binny, the son of former team cricketer and Team India selector Roger Binny, had recorded the record of bowling best for India in 2014 against Bangladesh in ODIs by taking 6 wickets for just 4 runs. Earlier in the year 1993, India's great spin bowler Anil Kumble took 6 wickets for 12 runs.
Stuart Binny scored 194 runs in 6 Test matches and took three wickets. While twenty with 230 runs in 14 ODIs and 35 runs in three T20 Internationals, there is one wicket jerk. He has taken 22 wickets along with scoring 880 runs in 95 IPL matches.