Azhar Ali has announced his retirement from Test cricket

Azhar Ali has announced his retirement from Test cricket, Pakistan’s top order batter Azhar Ali has blazoned that he’ll be retiring from Test justice following the third Test against England, which begins on Saturday in Karachi at the National Stadium.

Addressing a press conference on Friday, Azhar said, “ It has been a great honor and honor for me to represent my country at the loftiest position.

Deciding on when to call it a day is always tough, but, after meaning deeply, I realized that this is the right time for me to retire from Test justice,” said the player.

The player, while speaking about the support from his family, said “ There are numerous people who I’m thankful to in this emphatic, yet beautiful trip.

I want to make a special citation of my family without whose offerings; I would not have been where I’m moment. My parents, a woman

, siblings, and children have been my strength throughout.

“ I’ve been blessed to partake the dressing room with some of the most outstanding cricketers with whom I partake a strong bond. I feel much richer by calling these people my musketeers.

I’m also blessed to have played under some awful trainers to whom I’ll always remain thankful.

“ I retire from transnational justice as a fulfilled cricketer who ticked utmost of the pretensions he’d set for himself. Not numerous cricketers go on to lead their countries, and that I was suitable to captain Pakistan is a matter of great pride for me.

From being a sprat who started as a leg- an incentive to getting a dependent in the Test fur line- up, I had the loveliest moments of my life that I’ll cherish ever. ”

Replying to the news, Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ramiz Raja said, “ Azhar Ali has been one of the most married and pious retainers of Pakistan justice.

His fortitude and determination have been an alleviation for numerous youthful cricketers and he’s a part model for over- and- coming cricketers.

“ While it’s sad that Pakistan won’t have a player of his experience in the dressing room to draw upon, it only reflects the circle of life.

I hope to see Azhar continuing to play a part in the development of Pakistan’s justice and participating in his vast knowledge and experience with expiring cricketers. ”

With,097 runs in 96 matches at a normal of42.49, Azhar is Pakistan’s fifth leading Test run-getter behind Younis Khan(,099), Javed Miandad(,832), Inzamam- ul- Haq(,829) and Mohammad Yousuf(,530).

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