Picture Credit: Twitter

Picture Credit: Twitter

In a big update, it is being reported that former India cricketer Manoj Tiwary is all set to take his retirement back. As reported by RevSportz, the 37-year-old is all set to take his retirement and resume cricket for his state Bengal.

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The Indian middle-order batter and Bengal veteran, last featured in Indian colours in 2015. Meanwhile, his last appearance in domestic cricket came in February 2023, where he led Bengal to Ranji Trophy 2022-23 final. However, the former cricketer hasn’t confirmed this move yet, several reports citing RevSportz have confirmed that the 37-year-old will resume cricket for Bengal.

The veteran cricketer, who has played 12 ODIs and three T20Is for India between 2008 and 2015, has a ton to his name which came in the 50-over format. The cricketer on August 3 announced his decision to call it a day in his career. Taking to Instagram, Tiwary shared an elaborated message, which read, “Goodbye to the game of cricket. This game has given me everything, I mean every single thing which I had never dreamt of, starting from the times when my life was challenged.”

“I will always be grateful to this game and to the GOD, who has always been by my side throughout,” he further added.

It is to be noted that apart from playing for India and Bengal, Manoj Tiwary has also featured in the Indian Premier League. He has represented Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals), Kolkata Knight Riders, Kings XI Punjab (now Punjab Kings), and Rising Pune Supergiants.