Amidst reports of his retirement, India’s discarded opener Virender Sehwag has cleared the air regarding his plans. Sehwag, who was in Dubai, during the press conference hinted at the possible retirement in coming days. Also Read- Virender Sehwag special: 6 records held by Nawab of Najafgarh
The Indian batsman, who is looking forward to play in Masters Champions League (MCL), while responding to a journalist’s question on his retirement plan in Dubai, said, ”I think I am playing first class cricket, I am not playing international cricket, so I am retired only.”
”I can say that but I have to announce officially, When I go back, I will think about it, announce that I have retired from all forms of cricket, and you will hear it soon,’’ added Sehwag.
MCL is a T20 league for retired professional cricketers and will feature yesteryears stars like Brian Lara, Wasim Akram, Jacques Kallis and Adam Gilchrist. The league will be played in Dubai and has got recognition from International Cricket Council (ICC).