Heavy blow for Pakistan before the Asian Cup: Star fast bowler suddenly retired

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Pakistan’s veteran fast bowler Wahab Riaz has announced his retirement from international cricket. Riaz made his international debut in 2008. However, since 2020, this player has not played for Pakistan. It is for this reason that this player announced his retirement from cricket at the age of 38.

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Riyaz announced this information to his fans via tweet. I am retiring from the international playing field. After an incredible journey, I have decided to retire from international cricket. Thank you to the PCB, my family, coaches, mentors, teammates, fans and everyone who has supported me. Exciting times are upon us in the world of franchise cricket!

International cricket has been around for a very long time

Wahab Riaz had a long international career. From 2008 to date, this player has played a total of 27 Tests, 91 ODIs and 36 T20 matches. During that time he recorded 83 wickets in Tests, 120 in ODIs and 34 wickets in T20s. Wahab Riaz was known around the world for his fast bowling.

Played three World Cups for Pakistan

This player represented Pakistan in three ODI World Championships. First in 2011, then in 2015 and most recently at the 2019 World Cup, Riyaz was also part of the Pakistani team. The whole world still remembers his five wickets in the 2011 semi-final against India and in the 2015 quarter-final against Australia.

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