The Mumbai player has now retired after performing brilliantly in first-class cricket for years. He took 281 wickets in 95 matches and now he has said goodbye to his career. Dhawal Kulkarni, who has played 12 ODIs and two T20 Internationals for India, has said goodbye to first-class cricket. Raval retired after taking a wicket on the last ball of his career in the final of Ranji Trophy 2024. Let us tell you that Dhawan made his ODI debut for India in 2014 and T20 debut in 2016. After 2016, he could never make a place in Team India.

Said goodbye with moist eyes…

Dhawal Kulkarni took a wicket on the last ball of his career and gave his team Mumbai the 42nd title. After this he could not control his emotions and also looked emotional. With tears in his eyes he has said goodbye to first-class cricket. Dhawan has also been a part of Mumbai Indians in IPL. He has also been in the support staff of Mumbai Indians.

received special honor

Dhawal Kulkarni was given special honor after the match. He received a special honor from the Mumbai Cricket Association. Apart from this, Mumbai players also honored him by carrying the Ranji Trophy title on their shoulders. Dhawal has been an experienced player of first-class cricket.

How was the career of Dhawan Kulkarni?

Dhawal Kulkarni played 95 matches in his first-class career and took 281 wickets. He has 223 wickets in List A and 154 wickets in T20 matches. Furthermore, Dhawan played 12 ODI matches for India and took 19 wickets to his name. He also has 3 wickets to his name in two T20 international matches. Dhawal Kulkarni has also played in IPL and has taken 86 wickets in 92 matches.