Manoj Tiwary Announced His Retirement From All Forms Of Cricket

Manoj Tiwary Announced His Retirement. He bid goodbye to the game on Thursday, writing on his Instagram.

Manoj Tiwary Announced His Retirement

He wrote a post on Instagram, “This sport has given me everything, everything I could ever hope to achieve in the face of all the challenges of early life. I will be forever grateful to this sport and to God, who always Stand by me.”

I take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone involved in my cricketing journey. Thank you to all my coaches who have been a part of my cricketing achievements from my childhood till last year.

Manojendra Ghosh, my father-like coach, is the pillar of my cricketing journey. If it were not for him, I would not have reached anywhere in cricket. Thank you, sir, I know your health is not good, get well soon.

“Thanks to my parents, they didn’t force me to study but motivated me to continue cricket. Many thanks to my wife who is always there for me. Without her constant support, there would have been no success in life.”

It would not have been possible to reach where I am today. And to all my classmates, the cricket association, and all the members who have played a role in my journey.

How can I forget the lovers of cricket who have always been there for me through all the ups and downs? Have prayed Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

“Please accept my apologies if I have missed mentioning anyone. In search of the purpose of life.

Thanks to cricket.”


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Tiwari was not playing for the Indian cricket team for a long time. He played his last match on the 2015 tour of Zimbabwe. In that tour, he scored 34 runs in three ODIs. Before this, Tiwary was given a brief break from the Indian cricket team in the 2011–12 season.

Tiwary scored an unbeaten 104 against the West Indies, which is also his highest score, before being dropped from the Indian cricket team.

However, the player has had an excellent first-class career for Bengal, where he has scored 9000 first-class runs at an average of 48 plus, including 29 hundred and 45 half-centuries, and a highest score of 303 not out.

Tiwari is now playing political innings. Presently he is the Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports in West Bengal.

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