Cricketers Retiring After World Cup 2015

Get the list of cricketers who will retire after Cricket World Cup 2015, cricket players who will retire after cricket world cup 2015. Cricketers to get retired after World Cup and their list, career records and updates.

The Cricket World Cup 2015 started on 14th February in which 14 teams total took part and total 49 matches played in which 42 Pool matches and 4 quarter finals were played while 2 compulsory semi finals and a final match played too. The different cricketers who were playing for their country for a long time have announced their retirement.

These cricketers related to different teams in which Pakistan, Australia, Sri Lanka, West Indies and India. Zimbabwe played their last match against India in this world cup where Brendon Taylor, the skipper of Zimbabwe team appeared in his last match of his career. He announced his retirement before the World Cup 2015.

Shahid Afridi Pakistan
Misbah-ul-Haq Pakistan
Younis Khan Pakistan
Chris Gayle West Indies
MS Dhoni India
Michael Clarke Australia
Kumar Sangakkara Sri Lanka
Mahela Jayawerdene Sri Lanka

On the other side, after playing cricket for 19 years and scoring the 8000 ODI runs, Shahid Afridi is also going to get retired in the World Cup 2015. The captain of Pakistan cricket team, Misbah-ul-Haq also announced his cricket retirement before the event start, so the fans will miss him who was once known as “Mr.Tuk Tuk” due to his batting style.

Well, coolest player of West Indies team Chris Gayle is also due to retired and that’s why the fans of cricket will miss a giant hitter. These players wrote history in different times and ruled the cricket fans and will be as well.

The “Captain Cool” of India, Mahendara Singh Dhoni who is the world cup winning captain will also get retired after he announced retirement from test cricket during tour of Australia. Michael Clarke, the Australian skipper is also one of the players who announced their retirements.

Updated: December 28, 2015 — 11:43 am

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