spinner Abdur Rehman

Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman announced his retirement from international cricket on Wednesday.

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Rahman played the last international match four years ago. He took part in a Test match against Sri Lanka in the Colombo. Tell that Rahman made a place in the team of the great Inzamam-ul-Haq and then did a great performance in the captaincy of Misbah-ul-Haq.

The website ESPNcricinfo has written with reference to Rahman, “The decision to retire from international cricket was quite difficult. I have taken it with a heavy heart. “Rahman has said however that he will continue to play in domestic cricket, while also looking for opportunities in T-20 cricket. Rahman is known for his association with fellow off-spinner Saeed Ajmal for jugalbandi.
On his pair with Ajmal, Rahman said, “The partnership with Saeed was spectacular. I can not forget that England series when we cleaned it. ”

He said, “I played in the World Cup and played T-20, so I am fortunate that I have been successful in doing all this. Yes, I am disappointed that I can not take 100 wickets. It would have been nice if you could do that. However, I am happy with 99 wickets in 22 Test matches. Only a few left-handed spinners have been able to do so. ”

Tell that Rahman played 31 ODI matches for Pakistan, taking 30 wickets. He has participated in eight T-20 matches for his national team, with 11 wickets in his part. He was left behind only one wicket by taking his 100th Test wicket. If Rahman took one wicket then he was the first left arm spin bowler to take 100 wickets for Pakistan.

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