New Delhi: Indian fast bowler Ashok Dinda has announced his retirement from cricket. After retirement, Dinda thanked the BCCI and said, “I have announced my retirement from all formats of cricket.” Dinda has played 13 ODIs for India, taking 12 wickets, while he has taken 17 wickets in 9 T20I matches. Dinda has bowled brilliantly in first class cricket matches. Dinda has taken 420 wickets in 116 matches. Dinda has played most of his first-class cricket for Bengal.
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy was playing Dinda for Goa in 2021. In addition, Dinda has been a part of APIL for Delhi Daredevils, Kolkata Knight Riders, Pune Warriors, Rising Pune Supergiants and Royal Challengers Bangalore.
Thanks to Sourav Ganguly
Announcing his retirement, Ashok Dinda said, “Everyone’s goal is to play for India. I played for Bengal, so I got a chance to represent India. I thank the BCCI for giving me the opportunity to play for India. Senior players like Deepdas Gupta, Rohan Gavaskar guided me to play from Bengal.
Ashok Dinda made his ODI debut in 2010. Announcing his retirement, Dinda thanked Cricket Board of India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly. Dinda said the former Indian captain has always been with him.
He said, “I am especially grateful to Sourav Ganguly. I remember Ganguly selecting me in the 16-member team in 2005-06. I made my debut against Maharashtra. I will always be indebted to my grandfather. He always supported. I. ” He also thanked CAB in the meantime.