Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Hafeez has decided to retire from ODI and T20 cricket after the Tests.
Pakistan cricket team all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has decided to retire from ODIs and T20s after the Tests. Mohammad Hafeez retired from Test cricket in 2018.
In his 18-year cricket career, Hafeez played 55 Tests, 218 ODIs and 119 T20 Internationals. Mohammad Hafeez has been named Man of the Match 32 times and Barman of the Series 9 times. Mohammad Hafeez led Pakistan in 32 International matches and represented Pakistan in 6 ODIs and T20 World Cup.
Muhammad Hafeez will continue to play franchise cricket. Muhammad Hafeez is part of Lahore Qalandars team in PSL.
Addressing a press conference in Lahore, Hafeez said that he was proud to announce his retirement from international cricket.
He said that he was lucky and proud to wear the green color of Pakistan for 18 years. Muhammad Hafeez also thanked his family, fellow cricketers, support staff and Pakistan Cricket Board.
Expressing good wishes for Mohammad Hafeez, Chairman Cricket Board Rameez Raja said that Mohammad Hafeez played cricket to the fullest and worked tirelessly to build a long career in international cricket. Mohammad Hafeez thanks Pakistan for its wonderful participation.