England’s Harry Gurney retires from all formats of cricket, has to take this big step due to injury


London: England fast bowler Harry Gurney has retired from all formats of cricket. Garni, who has been suffering from a shoulder injury for a long time, took this decision. According to the Cricbuzz report, Gurney suffered an injury last year due to which he could not play for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. Due to not fully recovering from the injury, the 34-year-old bowler announced his retirement.

Harry Garni said goodbye to cricket

Harry Gurney said, ‘The time has come for me to retire. I tried to recover from a shoulder injury but I am saddened that I had to end my career for this reason.

He said, ‘When I was 10 years old, I caught the ball for the first time. Cricket was a part of my life for 24 years and it was a great journey for me ‘.

The 34-year-old Harry Gurney further said, “For England, winning eight trophies in the IPL, including the Vitality Blast, the Big Bash and the CPL, has surpassed my wildest dreams.”

He said, ‘I always set out to quit cricket and I have found a new path in this profession which gives me the same enthusiasm that I felt when I discovered this game those years ago. This is a path on which I would like to walk immediately, because I feel like recovering from this injury is like climbing a mountain ‘.

Let us know that Harry Gurney made his international debut in ODI in May 2014. He last played for England against Sri Lanka in the same year. He played 10 ODIs and two T20 matches for England. He played for Kolkata in the IPL 2019 season.


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