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Abdur Rehman announces retirement from all-embracing cricket

Abdur Rehman announces retirement from all-embracing cricket

Abdur Rehman announces retirement from all-embracing cricket


Pakistan left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman appears retirement from all-embracing candid on Wednesday. While talking to media, Rehman said that it’s an actual adamantine accommodation for him to footfall bottomward from all-embracing cricket.

It’s an actual abundant accommodation for me to retire from all-embracing cricket,” he laments, “I will now focus on calm candid alone and will abide arena for my club,” he said.
The Punjab built-in cricketer represented Pakistan in 22 Test, 31 ODI, and 8 T20I matches.

In his interview, the apathetic left-arm spinner said that he is absolutely beholden to the bodies who accurate him during his career. He said above skipper Misbah ul Haq and Shahid Afridi consistently accurate him and him abstruse a lot from them.

Responding to a question, Rehman told that it’s been a memorable adventure back he fabricated his admission to the all-embracing candid and he feels so appreciative that he played for Pakistan.

The 38-year-old cricketer aboriginal played for Pakistan during the ODI home alternation adjoin West Indies. Rehman’s opportunities on the all-embracing ambit were limited, partly because of the affluence of spinners in the line-up.

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