These players played in the last ODI match between India and Pakistan and have now retired from cricket

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Wahab Riaz and MS Dhoni

IND vs. PAH: The 2023 Asian Cup started with a bang. In the first game Pakistan beat Nepal by 238 runs and in the second game Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 5 wickets. Now the eyes of all cricket fans are on the India-Pakistan match to be played in Kandy on September 2nd. The ODI match will be played after 4 years between the two teams. The last ODI match between India and Pakistan was held as part of the 2019 ODI World Cup. Then the Indian team had won. There are 5 players who participated in the last ODI between India and Pakistan 4 years ago. But this time this player is not part of the team and has retired.

1. Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Mahendra Singh Dhoni played against Pakistan at the 2019 ODI World Cup. He then retired from cricket on 15 August 2020. Dhoni is one of the best finishers in the world and has won many games for Team India alone. Dhoni has 1,231 runs against Pakistan, including two centuries.

2. Mohammad Hafeez

Pakistan’s star all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez retired from international cricket in January 2022. He scored 495 runs in ODIs against India. Hafeez specializes in good bowling with excellent shot action. He has scored 6614 runs in 218 ODIs for Pakistan and also won 139 wickets.

3. Wahab Riaz

Pakistan’s fast bowler Wahab Riaz took part in the ODI match between India and Pakistan four years ago but retired from international cricket in August 2023. He has won 120 wickets in 91 ODIs for Pakistan.

4. Shoaib Malik

Shoaib Malik announced his retirement from the ODI format after the 2019 ODI World Championship. His last game was against India at the 2019 ODI World Cup. Malik, who played in the middle division, helped the Pakistan team out of many difficult situations. He has 7,534 runs in 287 ODIs for Pakistan. At the same time, he managed 158 wickets while doing wonders with the ball.

5. Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir’s balls are considered very difficult to play. At the 2019 ODI World Championship he scored three wickets against India. This time he is not part of the Pakistan team. He retired on December 17, 2020. Amir has won 81 wickets in 61 ODIs for Pakistan.

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