Mohammad Hafeez retires from international cricket
CRICDOT DESK : The question of when the two-year-old stars of the Pakistan team Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik will retire is a long one. All-rounder Shoaib Malik can’t even smell the name of retirement.
However, another all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez retired.
Mohammad Hafeez has bid farewell to international cricket, according to cricket-based website ESPN Cricinfo. He is ending his long career of 18 years. However, he is not holding the bat-ball right now. He will be seen in franchise cricket like PSL, LPL for a few more days.
In a statement, Mohammad Hafeez said, “Today, I want to officially end the great path that started 17 years ago with Pakistan cricket. I have represented Pakistan with great pride and what I have played for 18 years, I have played with dignity. In field and off-field activities, I have always tried to keep the Pakistani flag flying. ‘
The former Pakistan Test captain retired from Test cricket in 2016. Focuses on limited overs cricket. He has played regularly for Pakistan in ODIs and T20s. Even at the age of 41, he has played better than the youngsters. Even after this, there was a lot of talk about keeping him in the team. The famous star of ‘Professor of Pakistan’ has repeatedly replied with his form.
Hafeez has played 392 international matches for Pakistan in his 18-year career. Has scored 12,069 runs, has taken 253 wickets. Of these, 55 have played Tests, 217 ODIs and 119 T20s.