Indian pacer Joginder Sharma announced his retirement on Friday. He is the member of the team that beat Pakistan by five runs to win the T20 World Cup 2007 in South Africa.
In that T20 World Cup 2007 Pakistan need 13 runs in the final over with last pair – Misbah-ul-Haq and Mohammad Asif. Six runs required off four balls before mistiming a scoop shot beaten by Misbah and S.Sreesanth taking a simple catch at short fine-leg.
The 39-year-old Sharma Joginder Sharma currently serves as Deputy Superintendent in Haryana Police.
Joginder Sharma tweeted a photo letter and he wrote, “Today, with immense gratitude & humility, I announce my retirement from all forms of international & domestic cricket”.
“My cricket journey from 2002-2017 has been the most wonderful years of my life for it was an honour representing India at the highest level of sport”.
“I really grateful for given me the opportunities by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Haryana Cricket Association, Chennai Super Kings and Haryana Government.”
He also said, “I am really excited to announce this I will be exploring new opportunities in the world of cricket and the business side of it. I hope this is the next step in my journey and as a cricketer and I look forward to this new chapter in my life”.