Suresh Raina took to Twitter to dismiss reports of his death, terming the whole thing as 'fake news'.
Videos and reports have been doing the rounds on social media, claiming that Indian cricketer Suresh Raina died in a road accident.
"Past few days there has been fake news of me being hurt in a car accident. The hoax has my family & friends deeply disturbed. Please ignore any such news; with God's grace, I'm doing absolutely fine. Those @youtube channels have been reported & hope strict actions will be taken soon," Raina wrote on Twitter.
Meanwhile, Suresh Raina's international career has hit a roadblock. The southpaw made his comeback in the national team against South Africa but failed to deliver. Raina was also the part of all three ODIs against England last year but didn't perform well.
Raina will now be seen in the Indian Premier League 2019 edition, where he will play for Chennai Super Kings. Raina has been an integral part of the IPL franchise as he is the all-time highest run scorer for his team.
Suresh Raina last played for India back in July 2018 against England.
Raina famously was part of India's World Cup-winning team in 2011 and has also been a very key member of IPL champions Chennai Super Kings in their title-winning campaigns over the years. In the last season of the Indian Premier League, Raina scored 445 runs.
Raina has played 18 Tests for India in which he has scored 768 runs, at an average of 26.48. Raina's highest score in the longest format is 120, his only hundred, and also has 7 fifties in 31 innings.
Rain has also represented India in 226 ODIs, scoring 5615 runs at an average of 35.31. Raina has scored 5 hundred and 36 fifties from his 194 innings.
His most prolific format though was the T20Is, in which he played 78 matches, scoring 1605 runs at an average of 29.18. He has scored one hundred and five fifties. In fact, Raina is also the first Indian to score a hundred in all three formats. Raina is also the first batsman to score 300-plus runs in all 11 editions of IPL so far.
Raina, who clears the field with a swashbuckling flourish when at the top of his game, scored a 33-run over to pacer Parvinder Awana of Kings XI Punjab in 2014, which is the second most expensive over in the history of Indian Premier League (IPL) after Chris Gayle's 37 runs to Prasanth Parameswaran in 2011.