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Murli Kartik announced his retirement from all forms of cricket

Jun 16, 2014 14:19 IST

Left-arm spinner Murali Kartik on 14 June 2014 announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. During his career, he had played eight Tests and 37 ODIs for India between 1999 and 2007. Also, Kartik had taken 644 wickets from 203 matches.

His international debut was against South Africa at Mumbai in February 2000, whereas, it took his two years to play his maiden ODI for India.

His ODI debut was against Zimbabwe at Hyderabad in March 2002. His last international appearance for India came in a T20 fixture against Australia in 2010.

In his IPL career he had also represented Kolkata Knight Riders, Royal Challengers Bangalore and the now defunct Pune Warriors.

Chennai based spinner has won the Man of the Match in the Mumbai test.

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