Netherlands captain Peter Cellar announced his retirement on Sunday.Twitter
Captain of the Netherlands Peter Cellar He announced his retirement from international cricket on Sunday due to recurring back problems. Cricket fans will never forget his spell in the 2011 World Cup against India at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi, where he came back with a score of 53-3 in 10 overs. During his magic, Selaar sent Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag And Yousef Pathan Back to the hut after a two-hour break.
Cellar played 57 ODIs and 77 T20s for the Netherlands. Especially in T20Is, he has an excellent track record: 591 runs in 46 innings with 58 wickets for 1,290 runs and a high score of 96 not out.
Peter made his Dutch debut against Warwickshire in May 2005. He made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in July 2006 at VRA Cricket Ground Amstelven.
“My backache has increased to such an extent since 2020 that – I’m sorry – I am no longer able to give everything I have,” Cellar said in an official statement issued by Netherlands Cricket. Said
Cellar (34) made his debut for the Dutch team in 2005. In 2018, he succeeded Peter Boren As captain. Selaar is primarily known as an accurate, economical, and efficient left-arm spinner.
In addition, he worked hard for years on his batting, eventually finding a place in the middle order.
Cellar was part of the team that beat England at Lord’s in the opening match of the 2009 T20 World Cup. In this memorable match, he took the wicket of the then captain of England, Paul Collingwood. He was also part of the team that beat England again during the 2014 T20 World Cup in Bangladesh.
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