Former Indian middle-order batsman Gurkeerat Singh Mann retires from international cricket
Gurkeerat Singh Mann played 3 ODI games for India in 2016.
The 33-year-old Punjab cricketer Gurkeerat Singh Mann has announced his retirement from international and Indian cricket. Gurkeerat had played 3 ODI games for India in the year 2016 against Australia. Gurkeerat revealed his retirement decision through an Instagram post and thanked everyone who supported him in the journey.
Gurkeerat announces retirement
Gurkeerat Singh Mann posted on Instagram and wrote, “Today marks the end of an incredible cricketing journey for me. It has been an honour and a privilege to represent India. My heart is filled with gratitude for the support from my family, friends, coaches, and my fellow players. Each one of you played a pivotal role in my career.” Gurkeerat Singh Mann came into the picture in 2011 while playing in the CK Nayudu Trophy in the Domestic circuit.
Former Indian all-rounder Gurkeerat Singh thanked everyone who supported him on his 11-year-long professional cricket journey with Team India, Punjab, and in the prestigious Indian Premier League (IPL). Mann wrote, “I would also like to thank the BCCI and PCA for their constant support, guidance, and encouragement I’ve received throughout my journey. Here’s to the next chapter.” Gurkeerat posted a few of his memorable moments in the Cricket field.
Gurkeerat Singh Mann was a member of the winning Gujarat Titans camp in the IPL 2022. Mann also represented Kings XI Punjab (Now Punjab Kings), Royal Challengers Bengaluru, and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League. Gurkeerat played only 3 ODIs for India and scored 13 runs in 3 innings. He played all of his 3 ODIs in India’s tour to Australia in 2016. He couldn’t pick up any wickets in his 3 ODI games for his country.
All-rounder represented Punjab in Indian domestic cricket and played 59 first-class, 95 List-A, and 119 T20 games in his 11-year-long professional cricket career. Mann scored 3471 runs in first-class, 3369 runs in List-A, and 1986 runs in T20 cricket. Mann was known for big hitting and had played a few great knocks in the Indian Premier League. He was used as a useful lower-order batter and finisher in various franchises in the league.
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