After just two days of Zaheer Khan announces his retirement another star cricketer hints about his retirement from international cricket.
India's dashing opener Virender Sehwag on Monday said he will soon draw curtains on his international cricketing career.
Sehwag has participated at the launch ceremony of the veterans 2020 league in Dubai where only retired cricketers allowed to play.
Sehwag says that he may play in next year's Masters Champions League 20-20. He said that he will take call on retirement once returns to India.
Sehwag is representing for Haryana Ranji team so he likely to take decision about retirement after fulfilling his commitment. So we may hear news about his retirement anytime soon.In his 12 years long career Sehwag played 104 Tests scoring 8586 runs at an impressive average of 49.34.
He scored 23 centuries and 32 half-centuries which includes two triple tons.
In ODIS Sehwag scored 8273 runs at an average of 35.05. He scored 15 hundreds and 38 fifties.
In 19 Twenty20 Internationals, Viru managed 394 runs with two half-centuries.
Sehwag who fondly called as Viru by fans has been a part of two World Cup winning teams under Dhoni leadership. He was part of 2007 World T20 in South Africa and the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup in India