T20 WC might also be time for some to hang boots

T20 WC

New York: T20 World Cup 2024: So far over 35 matches of the group stage have been played in the T20 World Cup being jointly hosted by the US and West Indies. During this time, one better than the other matches were seen. Now matches will be played between 19 to Super 8 teams, after which the semi-finals and then the final match of the tournament will be played on June 29. Meanwhile, we are going to tell you about those 5 legendary players who can announce their retirement from this format after the T20 World Cup.

Rohit Sharma

This could prove to be the last T20 World Cup for 37-year-old Indian captain Rohit Sharma. Increasing age is a big reason behind this. It is possible that Rohit may focus more on the other two formats instead of T20. Sharma ji has scored 4042 runs in 154 T20s played for India. Let us tell you that under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma, the Indian team has entered the Super 8 of the current World Cup and is considered one of the strong contenders for the title.

Virat Kohli

India’s star batsman Virat Kohli is also among those players for whom this could be the last T20 World Cup. Kohli has so far scored 4042 runs in 120 T20 matches for India. Before the World Cup, Kohli remained out of the T20 team for a long time. But due to scoring the most runs in the IPL, he was given a chance for the current World Cup. Let us tell you that Kohli has played three group matches in the World Cup so far and failed in all three. In such a situation, he may be dropped from T20. However, after this it is possible that he may get a chance to play in T20, but there may be many changes in the teams till the next T20 World Cup.

Shakib Al Hasan

Anubhi and veteran all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who has been playing cricket for Bangladesh since 2006, have also turned 37 years old. Due to his increasing age, he may also retire from T20. He has scored 2515 runs and taken 146 wickets in 125 T20 matches played for Bangladesh.

David Warner

Australia’s legendary opener David Warner has already retired from Test and ODI formats. There is every possibility that the 37-year-old Warner may now retire from T20 as well after the T20 World Cup. Warner has scored 3215 runs in 107 T20 matches for Australia so far.

Angelo Mathews

36-year-old Sri Lankan experienced all-rounder Angelo Mathews may also think about retirement after the T20 World Cup. He may retire from T20 and give priority to the other two formats. Mathews has scored 1386 runs and taken 45 wickets in 89 T20 matches for Sri Lanka.


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