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Veteran cricketer Virender Sehwag has denied reports suggesting that he has retired from international cricket with immediate effect.

Speaking during the ceremony in Dubai yesterday, Sehwag casually remarked that he would quit international cricket.

His comment instantly went viral with several teammates paying tributes to the former Master Blaster, who continues to play first-class cricket for Haryana.

Sehwag later clarified the decision to quit was not final and he would make up his mind only after returning home. Sehwag has hinted at retirement to make himself eligible for the inaugural edition of Masters Champions League, which will feature legends like Brian Lara, Wasim Akram and Adam Gilchrist among others.


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