Tanmay Srivastava, a batsman who is very famous for run-scoring, has announced his retirement at the age of 30. He is known for his left-hand batting, who has scored about 262 runs in the under 19 world cup in the year 2008. Tanmay is a really talented player and is known for elegantly playing any type of balling.
Tanmay has announced his retirement by a long paragraph tweet on Twitter. In his tweet, he has written that he has very good memories both on-field and off-field.
Surprisingly, such a good batsman is taking retirement at a very young age in his career.
Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy:2021
The Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 tournament has started from today that is 10 January. There will be 38 teams participating in the tournament from the country. These matches are decided to be held in 6 different regions of the county. The knockout matches are decided to be held in Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad.
The all-rounder player Suryakumar Yadav scored 392 runs in the last tournament of domestic T20. His performance was worth praising in last year’s match.
Tax evasion by General soccer federation
On Wednesday as a part of an investigation into tax evasion, the office of the general soccer league and the personal residences of some players have been investigated.
About 200 officers were involved in the raids in the German state of Bavaria, Hesse, Rhineland- Palatinate, North ruined Westphalia, Lower Saxony, said by the public prosecutor Frankfurt.
The German union was presumed for not paying 4.7 million euros of taxes for a period. None of the suspect’s name was declared by the authorities. By the investigation done till now, it seems like the accused was totally aware of the irregularities of these tax payments.
The federation was handled by Wolfgang Nierbach at that time. In November 2015, he resigned from his post because of his involvement in the bidding process in world cup 2016. It led to the Swiss criminal case investigating fraud, money laundering, and also not appropriate payment of 6.7 million euros to FIFA 2015.
Sports is unity and meant for unity
The most famous cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar, is also known as the God of cricket. He has spoken on the topic of racial abuse to the Indian team players during the test match that sport is meant to unite us. It means only unity and to play in a team together.
In the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), the Australian crowd has blurted out the subject of racial abuse to the cricketers Mohammed Siraj and Jasprit Bumrah. Sachin Tendulkar commended on this topic also took this to Twitter and said that cricket is meant for unity, not for discrimination, and the people who think the opposite of it should not come to the stadium for watching the match.
Cricket does not discriminate against people based on caste, creed, or color. It encourages the true talent of the people and the one who knows how to handle the bat and the ball.