Sports: Mohammad Hafiz retires from international cricket

Sports: Mohammad Hafiz retires from international cricket

Sports: ormer Pakistan commander Mohammad Hafeez has resigned from global cricket later a “wonderful” vocation yet will keep on playing in the Pakistan Super League and other cricket associations.

The veteran cricketer reported his choice in a public interview at the PCB base camp in Lahore:

cresting on the event, Hafeez expressed gratitude toward PCB, its mentors, authorities and, the group and fans for their backing and love for him.

Reacting to an inquiry concerning his tentative arrangement, the previous Test commander said that he will keep on playing the PSL and other cricket associations.

“I’m happy with my vocation. 


I have no second thoughts of any sort,” he added:

When asked, regardless of whether the circumstance in PCB [change in management] was the purpose for his retirement, Hafeez answered that playing for Pakistan is a pride for him, adding that he chose to resign from global cricket without anyone else.

  • “I might have played the following World Cup too however I chose to resign myself.”

  • He kept up with that If any achievement is accomplished by the public group later on, it will be his also.

  • Reacting to one more inquiry regarding his goodbye, he said that neither one of the hes needs a goodbye, nor has he requested it.

Mohammad Hafeez’s vocation:

The right-given hitter addressed Pakistan in 392 global matches, scoring 12,780 runs and taking 253 wickets. Other than likewise captaining the side in 32 worldwide matches.

He was an individual from the Pakistan side that won the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales.

In general, Hafeez played in three 50-over World Cups (2007, 2011, and 2019), six 20-over World Cups (2007, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, and 2021), and three ICC Champions Trophies (2006, 2013, and 2017).

In the ICC Player Rankings, Hafeez accomplished the most elevated Test rankings of 22nd in batting,

29th in bowling and fifth in all-rounders:

In the ODI rankings, Hafeez’s most noteworthy positioning was thirteenth in. March 2014 while he beat the bowling and all-rounder graphs in.  August 2012 and January 2013, individually.

Hafeez’s rankings in T20I were similarly great. Topping to 10th in batting in. February 2007 third in bowling on. August 2021 number-one in all-rounders in March 2014.

‘Earnest cricketer’:

Remarking on his retirement, PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja said Hafeez has been an earnest cricketer who worked vigorously at his game to have a long and productive vocation.

  • He said that Hafeez’s down developed with time, acclimating to various arrangements keenly.

“Later in his profession. He turned into a T20 subject matter expert. Where he was never withdrawn from the cutting edge requests of this testing design. His batsmanship took a sporty turn, nailing sixes nearly freely.

“He has worn the green coat with satisfaction for which we at the PCB are grateful. I hope everything turns out great for him of karma for his future life. Gratitude toward him again for his radiant commitment to Pakistan cricket.”

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