Muhammad Hafeez decides to retire from international cricket

The former T20 captain has retired from Test cricket in 2018

Lahore (Urdu Point latest newspaper. January 3, 2022) Pakistan cricket team senior player Muhammad Hafeez has decided to retire from cricket. Muhammad Hafeez, 41, born in Sargodha on October 17, 1980, played his first one-day international against Zimbabwe in Sharjah on April 3, 2003. He made his Test debut at the National Stadium, Karachi in August 2003 and on August 28, 2006. Muhammad Hafeez was part of the team when Pakistan played its first international T20 under the leadership of Inzamam-ul-Haq against England in Bristol.
Muhammad Hafeez led the national team in one Test, two ODIs and 29 T20 Internationals. Mohammad Hafeez has a prominent place in Pakistan cricket in terms of match fixing and discipline.
It may be recalled that Mohammad Hafeez has retired from Test cricket in 2018 and is currently representing Pakistan in limited overs cricket only. Mohammad Hafeez scored 12789 runs in 392 international matches from 2003 to 2021 and took 253 wickets. Mohammad Hafeez played 3 ICC World Cups and 6 T20 World Cups for Pakistan.

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