Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Thu 08 Jun 2023 Agarkar feels Dhoni batted too slow at Sydney, didn’t help Rohit Former Indian cricketer Ajit Agarkar feels that MS Dhoni’s slow innings of 51 from 96 balls was not of much use for Rohit Sharma, who slammed a century at Sydney Ganguly pleased with Kohli's support to Dhoni Former India captain Sourav Ganguly has praised current skipper Virat Kohli for coming out in support of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Flashback: These famous cricketers retired in 2013 2013, in a sense, can be termed as retirement season in the sport, since so many big names hanged their boots. As the year draws to a close, here’s a look at some prominent names who quit the game in 2013. Ajit Agarkar: The man who deserves a little more than just ridicule Has there ever been a cricketer more ridiculed in world cricket that Ajit Agarkar? It will be difficult to come out with yes as an answer. Even the announcement of his retirement was followed by jokes on social networking sites with obvious references to his string of ducks ‘Down Under’ and his wayward bowling Stats special: Fastest ODI fifty for each country On Sunday, Abdur Razzaq equalled the fastest ODI half-century by a Bangladesh batsman, reaching his 50 off 21 balls. He ended up unbeaten on 53 off 22 balls. However, the blistering knock wasn’t enough to stop Zimbabwe from rollickinghome to a six-wicket win. Border-Gavaskar Trophy: Reliving the rivalry -- Part V Having gotten the better of Australia at home three years back, India must have gone into the 2003/04 series Down Under with a fair degree of confidence. That said, Australia went into the series as favourites since India hadn’t won a single Test in Australia for over two decades, leave alone a series. All that was set to change though. Mumbai showed great resolve en route to becoming Ranji champions That Mumbai won the most prestigious Indian domestic tournament for the 40th time wasn’t surprising. The manner in which they fought throughout the series to lay their hands on the trophy though was outright inspiring. Tare, Agarkar tons rescue Mumbai Mumbai finished at a healthy total of 380 for 6 on the second day of their Ranji Semi Final against Services in Delhi. The visitors did not lose a single wicket on Day 2 with the overnight pair of Wicket Keeper Aditya Tare and Skipper Ajit Agarkar slamming centuries. Is it time to start looking beyond Ishant Sharma? Ishant Sharma may have been ruled out of the opening Test owing to viral fever, but one still needs to ask the question whether the lanky medium pacer deserves a spot in the Indian Test squad any longer.