Dhoni’s ‘friend’ retires from all formats of cricket, announces in Mahini style

Kedar Jadhav Retirement: Kedar Jadhav (Kedar Jadhav) has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket. Jadhav has given this information by sharing a post on social media. Jadhav shared the post in the same style as Dhoni and gave information about his retirement. Kedar Jadhav wrote in his post, “Consider me retired from all formats of cricket after 1500 hours. Thank you all for your love and support throughout my career. Let us inform you that Dhoni announced his retirement on 5 August 2020.” Mahi shared and captioned it, “Thank you for giving me so much love on this journey, understand me dumb since 1929.” Now Jadhav has given information about his retirement by sharing a post in the same format.

Jadhav played his last match on 8 February 2020 against New Zealand. Let us tell you that Jadhav made his debut in international cricket in the year 2014. In his ODI career, Jadhav played 73 matches and during this time he managed to score 1389 runs. In his ODI career, Jadhav managed to score 2 centuries and 6 fifties. Jadhav managed to take 27 wickets in ODIs.

Played for CSK in IPL, became Dhoni’s friend

Jadhav played for Chennai Super Kings in IPL. Jadhav scored a total of 1196 runs in 95 matches in IPL. Jadhav has 4 half-centuries to his name in IPL. Jadhav is friends with former CSK captain Dhoni. This is the reason why he has chosen the same style of retirement announcement as Mahi.

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