Rayudu announced his retirement from all formats of Indian cricket, this is how he performed in domestic cricket

Ambati Rayudu, who played a key role in Chennai Super Kings (CSK) victory in the final match of IPL Season 16, has now announced his retirement from all cricket formats. Before the start of the final match, Rayudu shared the information about his withdrawal from this tournament with all the fans on social media.

In the final match with Ambati Rayudu’s bat, innings of 19 runs on 8 balls played a huge role in the team’s victory. When the IPL trophy was awarded to Chennai Super Kings for the fifth time, it was given to Ambati Rayudu instead of Dhoni. Rayudu was emotional after the team’s win, saying, “It’s a fairytale ending and I couldn’t have asked for more.” It’s incredible, I’m very lucky to have played with this great team.

Ambati Rayudu has won the trophy for the sixth time in IPL history as a player. Prior to Chennai, Rayudu has also been an important part of the Mumbai Indians team. Rayudu has scored a total of 4348 runs in 203 IPL matches at an average of 28.05. He also includes 22 half-century entries along with 1-century entries.

Talking about Ambati Rayudu’s performance in domestic cricket, he has scored a total of 6151 runs in 97 first-class matches at an average of 45.56. This includes 16 centuries and 34 half-century entries. Apart from this, Ambati Rayudu has scored 5607 runs in 178 List A matches at an average of 39.48. This includes 40 half-century entries with 5 centuries.

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If we look at Ambati Rayudu’s record in international cricket, he scored 1694 runs in 55 ODIs at a career average of 47.06. ODIs on Rayudu’s behalf include 3 centuries and 10 half-century innings. Rayudu also had the opportunity to play in 7 T20 Internationals, although he managed to score only 61 runs at an average of 12.2.

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