Virender Sehwag to retires from international Cricket

Virender Sehwag to announced his retirement from international cricket. This will brings down the curtains on a remarkable career in which he scored 17,253 international runs across formats. Sehwag is the only Indian batsman to score a triple-century in Tests, and he did it twice. With 8586 runs from 104 Test matches, Sehwag stands at fifth in India's all-time list. In ODIs, he scored 8273 runs, with 15 centuries including the second-highest individual score of 219. In 19 Twenty20 internationals, the right-hander made 394 runs. Aside from all those runs, Sehwag took 40 wickets in Tests and 96 in ODIs. India's former opening batsman who currently plays Ranji Trophy for Haryana has decided to hang up his boots. Last week, Sehwag's Indian teammate Zaheer Khan announced his retirement from international cricket. Sehwag was part of the 2011 World Cup and play crucial role in winning world cup apart from several cricket records to his name. 
Virender Sehwag, on Monday dismissed speculation of his imminent retirement as per English Daily Indian Express. When contacted by The Indian Express, Sehwag texted saying: “Not yet.” Earlier on Monday, reports had emerged that he would draw curtains on his international career following his presence at the inauguration of the Masters Champions League 2020 in Dubai on Monday.