Opener Rituraj Gaekwad dedicated Chennai Super Kings’ IPL title win to veteran batsman Ambati Rayudu. The 37-year-old Rayudu has announced his retirement from all formats of cricket.
After defeating Gujarat Titans in the IPL final and winning the title, Rayudu announced his retirement from cricket through Twitter. Apart from Chennai Super Kings, Rayudu has also played for Mumbai Indians. The player last played for India in 2019. With the win, Chennai joined Mumbai Indians in the IPL crown. Five crowns.
“Looking at last year’s performance, this year’s achievement was exceptional. Great comebacks, wins in Chepok and away matches. Ajinkya Rahane and Conway all played a part in the team’s victory during the season. Would like to dedicate the victory to Rayudu. Today we talked about good start. “With the wickets in hand, we thought we could easily chase down 12-13 in the last over,” Gaikwad said.
Rayudu scored 4,348 runs in 204 matches in IPL. The average is 28.23. The strike rate is 127.54. The actor has scored one century and 22 fifties. Rayudu is the 12th highest run chaser in IPL history. The player played for Mumbai Indians from 2010 to 2017.