Munaf Patel, who played a key role in making India a World Champion in 2011, has said goodbye to cricket . Right-arm fast bowler played 13 Tests, 70 ODIs and three T20 Internationals in his career. Although Munaf, 35, has said goodbye to international cricket, but he will not leave the field of cricket. he will be part of the upcoming T-10 league, in which he will appear with Rajput team. Munaf Patel, who had taken 11 wickets in World Cup 2011 which played an important role in winning world cup 2011.
Munaf Patel had a debut in Test cricket in England against Mohali in 2006. A month later, he played the first ODI against England. He is a regular member of Team India between 2006-11. However, due to injury he had to get out of the team repeatedly. He played his last international match in 2011. Patel also played three T20 matches. He played all three T20 matches in 2011. In the 2011 World Cup, bowling coach of the Indian team, Eric Simmons, called Munaf Patel an 'Unknown Warrior'.
He announced his ritrement through social media in which he , wrote Hello friends, I am taking retirement. I am not concerned about retiring at this time. All the players I have played with them have taken retirement. Among them Dhoni is the only one who is still playing. That is why I am not sad about sannyas. All time is over. I would have been sacked for the time when everyone was playing and I would retire. ' Patel said that there is no specific reason for his retirement. The age is over. Fitness is not the same as the first. Youth are waiting for opportunities.