One of the best wicketkeepers in India has retired from all forms of cricket


Bangla Hunt Desk: Parthiv Patel, one of India's best wicketkeeper-batsmen, has retired from all forms of cricket. Parthiv Patel made his debut for the Indian team at the age of just 17. Parthiv Patel made his international cricket debut in a Test match against England in 2002.

Parthiv Patel has played great cricket for the national team for a long time. He has won many matches for India with the bat but the wicketkeeper-batsman failed to make his place in the Indian team.

Parthiv Patel made his Test debut in 2002 against England. Parthiv Patel made his ODI debut in the national team jersey in 2003 at the 2003 World Cup under Sourav Ganguly. He has played for teams like Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore in the IPL. He announced his retirement on Twitter today. “I have retired from all forms of cricket,” Parthiv tweeted.