Pakistan Cricket Team: Mohammad Hafeez’s international career spans 18 years. This time he had a lot of success in all three formats. Successful on behalf of Pakistan ..
Mohammad Hafeez: Pakistan all-rounder and former captain Mohammad Hafeez has decided to retire. He will hold a press conference on January 3 and officially retire. Mohammad Hafeez’s international career spanned 18 years. This time he had a lot of success in all three formats. He was one of the most successful players for Pakistan. His last tournament on the international stage was the 2021 T20 World Cup. The last time he played was in the semi-final against Australia.
He made his international debut in the ODIs against Zimbabwe in April 2003. This was followed by his Test debut in August 2003 and his T20I debut in August 2006. Mohammad Hafeez played the last Test in December 2018, the last ODI in July 2019 and the last T20 in November 2021. He was also a member of the Pakistan team in the 2021 T20 World Cup. Hafeez, 41, scored 6614 runs in 218 ODIs with 11 centuries and took 139 wickets. At the same time he scored 3652 runs in 55 Tests with 10 centuries and took 53 wickets. He scored 2514 runs in 119 T20 matches and took 61 wickets.
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