NEW DELHI: The ‘Sultan of Multan’, Virender Sehwag on Monday hinted towards saying goodbye to international cricket while addressing a press conference in Dubai. 
 
However, he later clarified that he would make an official announcement once he was back at his home country. Sehwag, who turned 37 today has now officially confirmed of taking retirement from all forms of cricket. (Also Read: Virender Sehwag turns 37; set to retire from International Cricket)
 
“I hereby retire from all forms of international cricket and from the Indian Premier League. A statement will follow,” Sehwag posted on his Twitter wall on Tuesday.
 
Virender Sehwag has scored 8273 runs in 251 One Day Internationals (ODIs) at an average of 35.05. With 15 centuries and 38 crashing fifties, the Champion Indian opener has truly turned out to be an Indian cricketer the fraternity would want to cherish and remember forever. 
 

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