19,410 runs, 57 centuries: Domestic giant Wasim Jaffer retires from all forms of cricket
Domestic cricket giant Wasim Jaffer, former India, Mumbai and Vidarbha opener, announced his retirement from all formats of the game on Saturday, March 07.
Jaffer made his first-class debut in the 1996-97 season to play domestic cricket for over 20 years and finished as the most-capped player in the Ranji Trophy. His rich legacy of Ranji Trophy records includes the most caps (156), the most runs (12,038), the most centuries (40), the most catches (200), along with being the highest run-scorer in the Duleep Trophy (2545) and the Irani Cup (1294). He was also the only batsman to cross 1000-runs per Ranji season twice, in 2008-09 and 2018-19.
Source: The Cricket Times