Cricket World Cup 2019 is going to start on 30th May 2019. First Match Will be played between Host England and ‘Chokers’ South Africa. Cricket World Cup is the biggest Event in Cricket World. After this World Cup, Many Top Cricketers will be retired.
Here is List of Cricketers who will be retired after this World Cup.
The Chokers will have big Hurt after World cup because Top Cricketers will leave International Cricket.
Fast Bowler Dale Steyn Likely to Retired from International cricket after this Cricket World Cup. He won Many Matches for Cricket South Africa. Dale Styen played 93 test, 125 ODI and 44 T20 for South Africa.
Imran Tahir already announced that He will leave International Cricket after Cricket World Cup 2019. Imran Tahir played 20 Tests, 98 ODI’s, 38 T20 For his Team.
Jean-Paul (JP) Duminy another Cricket South Africa Star, Who will be retired after ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. He played 46 Test, 194 ODI and 81 T20.
Indian Cricket Team fans will be lost big gap in Nationa Cricket After this Cricket World Cup.
Indian Cricket Icon MS Dhoni, Winners of T20 Cricket World Cup, Cricket World Cup 2011 and Champions Trophy will also retire from International Cricket World Cup 2019. MS Dhoni played 94 Tests, 341 One Day Internationals and 98 T20’s For Indian Cricket Team.
West Indies (Windies)
Former West Indies Now Windies will have to get huge loss after ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
West Indies Ultimate Cricket Boss Chris Gayle will also retire from International Cricket after World cup. Chris Gayle played 103 tests, 289 ODI’s and 58 T20’s For Windies Cricket.
Pakistan also faces the big loss of Cricket When Legendary Cricketers will leave International Cricket.
38 Year’s Old Mohammad Hafeez likely to retire after Cricket World Cup 2019. He may be his last Mega Cricket Event. He played 55 Tests, 210 ODI’s and 89 T20’s for Pakistan International Cricket.
Shoaib Malik 20’th years Career will Be Ended after ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. He is one of the Only Player who played 90’s Cricket. 37th Year’s Old Cricketers played 35 Tests, 284 ODI’s and 111 T20’s