Robin Uthappa announced retirement from all forms of Indian cricket

Robin Uthappa announced retirement from all forms of Indian cricket

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Category : Sports Published on: September 17 2022

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  • Uthappa became a World Cup winner in 2007. In fact, it was on this very day in 2007 that Uthappa was involved in one of the most iconic moments of Indian cricket – the famous bowl-out win over Pakistan.
  • Uthappa played 12 matches for Chennai Super Kings and scored 230 runs with his highest score being 88. 
  • He was  born in November 11, 1985, Coorg. 
  • He has played 46 ODIs and 13 T20 International matches. 
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