Stuart Binny Retirement: Fast bowler Stuart Binny, who has made the record of best bowling for the Indian cricket team in One Day International matches, has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. The 37-year-old all-rounder has represented the country in all three formats of cricket and has now retired from cricket. What are his plans in the future, it is not yet disclosed.
Stuart Binny is the son of Roger Binny, a former Indian cricketer and selector of Team India. Stuart Binny made such a record in bowling in the year 2014, which till date no Indian bowler has been able to break. He took 6 wickets for just 4 runs in an innings against Bangladesh. This is the best performance by any player in the history of Indian ODI cricket. Before him, in the year 1993, Anil Kumble took 6 wickets for 12 runs.
Right-handed batsman Stuart Binny made his international debut in the year 2014 and he was last seen in international cricket in 2016, while he did not get a chance to play in IPL for two years. In such a situation, this all-rounder has decided to say goodbye to cricket. However, now they have become eligible to play in any country’s T20, T10 or any franchise league, but they will never be able to play IPL.