Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez on this Tuesday, 4 of December said that: he is retiring from the Test Cricket.
After the completion third and final match against the New Zealand in Abu Dhabi. PCB has confirmed this news through this tweet.
— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) December 4, 2018
For details check this tweet below!!
Mohammad Hafeez after announcing his retirement he said that:
“I was thinking of retirement about last two weeks and I felt the time is up and I am announcing my retirement without anyone suppressing. That is my own choice. I had conveyed this decision to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Selection Committee. But I will continue to play other limited matches”
In recent test match of the last month against Australia in Dubai Hafeez scored a Hundred innings. Over the past test matches, he had scored 3644 runs with the 10 centuries and the 12 half centuries. And now he has the chanced to add this innings from the second innings of this test.
Recently, Mahira Khan had tweeted. In her tweet, she was congratulated and thanking Pakistani Cricketer Mohammad Hafeez after announcing his retirement from test cricket. Let’s look at her tweet!!
In his career, Hafeez has played 203 one day international matches and 89 T20’s match. He was settled in a team in 2011 followed by off and on performances. His best top innings was against Bangladesh at Khulna in 2015. Further on he has struggled in the entire year for England but he was dropped. After this, he came back about two year gap in October.
Mohammad Hafeez is an opener of the Pakistani Cricket team and as well as an off-break bowler. In his carrier as a bowler, he took 53 wickets in the test matches. However, his bowling was marked as a question for his bowling action. It was reported three times. First was in the last year of October, and the second was reported by in August 2014. For this reason, he was banned at the international level from bowling for one year.
At the last, he said: he is satisfied with his test carrier. He worked hard as an opener of the Pakistani team. He is proud with that he served his country well and maintains the standard.