Azhar Ali announces Retirement from One-Day cricket

Azhar Ali announces Retirement from One-Day cricket

Azhar Ali announces Retirement from One-Day cricket

Azhar Ali announces Retirement from One-Day cricket


Lahore: Former national captain Azhar Ali announced retirement from One Day international cricket.

Azhar Ali made a total of 364 runs in 36 one-day matches from 36.9, which included 3 senses and 12 half centuries. His best individual score was 102 runs. The average opener of over 74 in the One-day cricket debut against Ireland in Buffalo in 2011, but he was out of the team r the Donald's match against New Zealand on January 13, 2018.

Opener was appointed the captain of the national one-day team after the 2015 World Cup, but his leadership team reached the ninth position in the ICC rankings. In February 2017, he defeated Captain at a loss from Australia to four. Azhar Ali will now focus on just Test cricket

Azhar Ali announces Retirement from One-Day cricket

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