One of India's finest batsman in the domestic circuit, Amol Muzumdar on Thursday announced his retirement from all forms. "It has been an absolutely satisfying feeling. I would describe my long career as good and hugely satisfying," Muzumdar told reporters here.
One of India's finest batsman in the domestic circuit, Amol Muzumdar on Thursday announced his retirement from all forms of the game ending an illustrious two-decade career that saw him captain the Mumbai team to a Ranji Trophy title in 2006-07.
After surpassing ex-Mumbai teammate Amol Muzumdar to become the highest run-scorer in Ranji Trophy history, former India Test opener Wasim Jaffer today said he was aware of the record and termed it a special feeling.
Amol Muzumdar scored a brilliant 146 to help Andhra Pradesh stay on course for a quarter-final berth as the hosts posted a challenging 329 in their first innings and then reduced Kerala to 55 for two on the second day of the Ranji Trophy Group C match here on Sunday.
Veteran batsman Amol Muzumdar (99) was one-run away from his 30th first class century as Andhra Pradesh recovered well to post 249 for seven on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match against Kerala, here on Saturday.
Domestic record-setting batsman, Amol Muzumdar on Tuesday endorsed the new Ranji Trophy format featuring all teams in three groups - A, B and C - and points system along with a host of cricketer-turned coaches.
With the new Ranji Trophy season commencing on Thursday, Mumbai`s Amol Muzumdar who is the the highest run getter in the championship`s long history, has recalled how his team regained the national cricket title under his captaincy in 2006-07 after a topsy-turvy campaign.
In the twilight of his first class career that has spanned close to two decades, prolific run-getter Amol Muzumdar wants to return to play for Mumbai, the team that he led to Ranji Trophy glory five seasons ago.