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New Delhi: Fast bowler Zaheer Khan's endlessly enigmatic cricket career for India is over. He has announced retirement from international cricket with immediate effect. He will continue to play domestic cricket till IPL 9.

The 37-year-old veteran, who has played 92 Test matches, 200 ODIs and 17 T20 Internationals has been in and out of the team in the last three to four years due to recurrent injuries which a took a toll on his body.

In 92 Test matches, Zaheer has taken 311 wickets and is fourth highest wicket-taker in longer version amongst Indians after Anil Kumble (619), Kapil Dev (434) and Harbhajan Singh (417).

He played a major role in India's 2011 World Cup triumph with 21 wickets in the tournament.


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