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The first T20 match of these Indian players proved to be the last, ‘God of cricket’ also included in the list

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Players Whose First T20 Proved To Be Last: T20 cricket has made its own identity in the whole world today. Because of the T20 league, now cricket is reaching countries all over the world. So far many players have played in T20 format from Team India. But there are some players out of this, whose debut match became their last match. So let’s know about those Indian players, who could play only one T202 match and then never included them in the team:

Dinesh Mongia

India played its first T20 match against South Africa. Dinesh Mongia was also part of the team in this match. He scored 38 runs in this match playing 45 balls. After that he was never included in the team for T20. After this he joined the controversial cricket league Indian Cricket League. After which he could never make his place in Team India.

Sachin Tendulkar

The God of Cricket Sachin Tendulkar is also a part of this list. His first T20 match also became the last match. .Sachin played his debut match against South Africa. In this match, he scored 10 runs in 12 balls. Apart from this, he also took a wicket in this match. After this match, Sachin never became a part of the T20 team.

Rahul Dravid

Dravid made his T20 International debut against England on 31 August 2011. During this, he scored 31 runs in 21 balls and also hit three consecutive sixes in one over of Samit Patel. However, Team India had to face defeat in this match. This match proved to be the last T20 match of Rahul Dravid’s career. After that he too was never included in the T20 team.

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