Former Nepali national cricket team skipper Paras Khadka has announced his retirement from international cricket.
He has announced his retirement through social media today, saying that he is indebted to all those who supported, encouraged him in his cricket journey. He said that playing for Nepal has been the best achievement of his life.
Mentioning that he had been in the field for two decades as a sweet memory, Khadka also expressed confidence that Nepali cricket will be taken to a new height altogether.
Expressing gratitude to all Nepali cricket supporters and stakeholders, Khadka, who has captained the Nepali national team for a long time, said that he has decided to retire from international cricket.
Mentioning that he started his cricket journey in 2002 at the age of 15, Khadka said that the dream of his life was the development of Nepali cricket.
Khadka, 33, became the captain of the Nepali cricket team in 2009. He captained the team until 2019. Khadka has played 10 ODIs and 33 T20 Internationals for Nepal. A right-handed batsman, he scored 315 runs in ODIs and 799 runs in T20I.