“I just want to thank everyone who has been a part of this journey and a special thank you to all those who helped me become a player,” he said. To all the cricket lovers, fans and critics said, your love and support is the only way to overcome the obstacles that we all inevitably face.
The 35-year-old Sharma has scored 9283 runs in 223 innings of 230 matches, including 29 hundreds including two double centuries at an average of 48.60. In 125 T20 matches, Sharma has scored 3313 runs with a high of 118, including four centuries and 26 half-centuries. In Tests, the Mumbai Indians captain has scored 3137 runs in 77 innings of 45 matches. He has scored eight runs and 14 half-centuries at an average of 46.13. He will lead India in a four-day warm-up game against Leicestershire on Thursday.
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