The 33-Year-old Ishwar Pandey, played 75 first-class matches, 58 List A games and 71 T20s has announces retirement. He was part of the national side for nearly 8 months but didn't get a game. Pandey played for Madhya Pradesh in domestic cricket.
New Delhi: On Monday, 12 September, while the Indian team for the T20 World Cup was announced, on the other hand, Indian pacer Ishwar Pandey, who was a part of the Indian cricket team, played international cricket and first class cricket has announced his retirement. Ishwar informed about this by sharing the post on social media. In his post, the fast bowler wrote that, this journey started from 2007 was wonderful, I thoroughly enjoyed it on the field.
Let us tell you that in international cricket, Ishwar Pandey did not get a chance to play a single match. Pandey further wrote in his post that, he regrets that he could not play for India, the fast bowler wrote being emotional, ‘I was included in the Test series against England and New Zealand, which made me proud. It was a matter, but it will be sad that I did not get a chance to play more for the country.
Even though Ishwar did not get a chance to play international cricket, he was a part of the team of Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. He got a chance to play 25 IPL matches, during which he took a total of 18 wickets.
Along with this, he was successful in taking 263 wickets in 73 first class matches. At the same time, he has 63 wickets in List A cricket. Ishwar played 71 matches in T20 cricket and was successful in taking 68 wickets during this period.