Sachin Tendulkar & Suresh Raina On Mithali Raj Birthday: Today, one of the most famous faces of women’s cricket, former Indian captain Mithali Raj is celebrating her birthday. The former Indian captain has turned 40 on Saturday. On this occasion, apart from ICC, veterans like Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina have wished birthday. By sharing the video of Mithali Raj, ICC has wished her birthday in a special way. At the same time, Sachin Tendulkar shared a photo with Mithali Raj and congratulated her on her birthday.
Suresh Raina also wished
At the same time, former Indian player Suresh Raina has also wished Mithali Raj on her birthday. While congratulating him on his birthday, he wished him all the best for the future. Significantly, the Indian women’s cricket team reached the final of the 2017 World Cup. However, Team India had to face defeat in the final match. Actually, the captain of that Indian team was Mithali Raat. Many big records of cricket are registered in the name of Mithali Raj. Apart from this, Mithali Raj is considered to be a major contributor to the development of women’s cricket in India.
Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) December 3, 2022
— Suresh Raina🇮🇳 (@ImRaina) December 3, 2022
Wishing Mithali Raj a happy birthday 🎂
On her special day, watch the India legend display all her class with the bat in the 2017 and 2022 Women’s @cricketworldcup
— ICC (@ICC) December 3, 2022
Mithali Raj’s career has been like this
On the other hand, if we look at the career of Mithali Raj, then this player scored about 20 thousand runs in his career. At the same time, Mithali Raj did the feat of scoring half-centuries in 7 consecutive innings. While apart from this, Mithali Raj is the youngest batsman to score a double century in women’s cricket. Also, in ODI format, Mithali Raj captained the maximum number of matches. However, the cricket world is continuously congratulating this veteran on his birthday.
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