Elton Chigumbura To Retire From International Cricket After Pakistan Series

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Zimbabwe Cricket will lose it's veteran all-rounder Elton Chigumbura after their progressing reciprocal arrangement against Pakistan. The 34-year-old declared that he will bring the blinds down on his worldwide vocation after the third T20I against Pakistan on November 10. 

Chigumbura made his presentation for Zimbabwe in April 2004 of every an ODI against Sri Lanka. From that point forward, he has scored more than 5000 runs at the most significant level and has picked 136 wickets at the appointed time. 

The official Twitter handle of Zimbabwe Cricket tweeted, "Former @ZimCricketv captain Elton Chigumbura is set to retire from international cricket at the end of the current @TheRealPCB tour. He has made 213 ODI and 14 Test appearances, with 54 T20Is under his belt before the start of his swansong series"

Chigumbura played U19 World Cups for Zimbabwe in 2002 and 2004. He was likewise an individual from the crew for the ICC ODI World Cup 2011. After four years, he drove them in the ICC ODI World Cup 2015. He was additionally a portion of the Zimbabwe side that accomplished the renowned triumph against Australia in the 2007 T20 World Cup.

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