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Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah pronounces retirement from Test cricket: It’s been a beautiful journey

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Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah introduced his retirement from Test cricket on Wednesday. He performed 50 Tests, scoring 2914 runs and selecting up 43 wickets. Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah retires from Test cricket at 35 (AFP Photo)HIGHLIGHTSMahmudullah performed 50 Tests between 2009 and 2021 for BangladeshHe scored 2914 runs and picked up 43 wickets in TestsMahmudullah will proceed to play ODIs and T20Is for BangladeshBangladesh’s T20I captain Mahmudullah Riyad on Wednesday introduced his retirement from Test cricket on the age of 35. Mahmudullah will proceed to play ODIs and T20I for the senior nationwide crew.

The all-rounder took to social media to announce his retirement from the longest format of the sport. Mahmudullah hit 2914 runs in 50 Tests, together with 5 a whole bunch and 16 fifties. He made his Test debut 2009 and performed his final match throughout Bangladesh’s tour of Zimbabwe in July 2021.In reality, Mahmudullah was named Man of the Match as he registered his highest Test rating of 150 not out within the Harare Test in 2021, which seems to be his final match in whites.I’m formally asserting my retirement from check cricket. I obtained the Man of the match award each in my debut & the final check match. Alhamdulillah, It has been a beautiful journey in check cricket. I want to thank my household, teammates, coaches & BCB for his or her assist. pic.twitter.com/WDEyoKLX4S— Mahmudullah Riyad (@Mahmudullah30) November 24, 2021
“I am officially announcing my retirement from test cricket. I received the Man of the match award both in my debut & the last test match. Alhamdulillah, It has been a wonderful journey in test cricket. I would like to thank my family, teammates, coaches & BCB for their support,” Mahmudullah mentioned in a Twitter publish.’ALWAYS WANTED TO GO OUT ON A HIGH'”Leaving a format of which I have been a part of for such a long time is not easy. I had always thought of going on a high and I believe this is the right time to end my test career,” Mahmudullah mentioned.He additionally picked up 43 wickets in a 12-year profession.”I thank my teammates and support staff for always encouraging me and believing in my ability. It has been an absolute honour and privilege to play test cricket for Bangladesh and I will cherish the many memories.”Bangladesh tackle Pakistan within the first sport of a two-Test sequence in Chittagong from Friday.Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.