Cricket - August 3, 2021

Paras Khadka retires from international cricket

Paras Khadka, former captain of Nepalese cricket team, has retired from international cricket. He announced his retirement by writing a very emotional message on his social media.

An allrounder who bats in the middle order and bowls medium pace, Paras Khadka represented Nepal in three Under-19 World Cups, in 2004, 2006 and 2008 . Paras Khadka played 10 ODI and 33 T20I for Nepal .

Khadka, who led the national cricket team for 12 years, is considered to be the most successful captain of Nepal.

Khadka is one of the most famous and successful players in Nepali cricket.

He played for ICC Cricket League Division 5 and made a significant contribution to making Nepal an ODI nation status.

Paras Khadka has scored 315 runs and 9 wickets in 10 One Day Internationals. His highest score is 115 runs and in T20 Internationals he has taken 799 runs and 8 wickets.

Paras Khadka has made century for Nepal in One Day Internationals and T20Is.

Image from Paras Khadka Facebook and internet

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