Mohammad Hafeez: Pakistan all-rounder retires from international cricket after 18 years | Cricket News

“My journey of representative pride has come to an end and I proudly retire from international cricket with great satisfaction and joy”; Mohammad Hafeez ended his international career after playing 55 test matches, 218 ODI and 119 T20I for Pakistan, scoring 11 hundred

Last updated: 03/01/22 9:14


Mohammad Hafeez retired from international cricket after playing 392 games for Pakistan in all formats

Pakistani handyman Mohammad Hafeez has announced his retirement from international cricket.

The 41-year-old has played in 55 test matches and more than 300 one-day and T20 international matches, scoring over 11,000 points in all formats over 11 centuries, in a career spanning 18 years.

Hafeez tweeted: “My journey of representative pride has come to an end and I proudly retire from international cricket with great satisfaction and joy.

“Thank you all for 18 years of support. Maintaining (the) highest level of pride and dignity is always my most precious achievement.”

Pakistan captain Babar Azam led the tributes to the player known as “the professor”.

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He tweeted: “A memorable career is coming to an end. Thanks for your guidance during the time we shared on the field. Happy retirement, professor!”

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