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Pakistan’s Wahab Riaz Retires From International Cricket: Will Continue To Play Franchise Cricket Around The World, Says Pacer; tweeted information

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Wahab Riaz made his debut for Pakistan in 2008.

Pakistan team’s left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz has retired from international cricket. Wahab gave this information by tweeting on 16 August. The 38-year-old Wahab said that he would still continue to play in T20 leagues across the world. Wahab has played 91 ODIs, 27 Tests and 36 T20 Internationals for Pakistan.

Thrilled for a fresh start in franchise cricket – Wahab
Wahab Riaz wrote in the tweet, I have been talking about my retirement for the last two years, that 2023 is my target to retire from international cricket. I feel more comfortable now than ever that I have fully served my country and the national team. It has been an honor and a privilege to represent Pakistan on the international stage. With this, I am thrilled to make a fresh start in franchise cricket.

International cricket was last played in the year 2020
Talking about international cricket, he last played a T20 match against New Zealand in the year 2020. Recently the Pakistan Board had announced the team for the Asia Cup 2023, in which Wahab’s name was not included.

International career of Wahab Riaz
Wahab Riaz made his debut for Pakistan in 2008. In his career, he played 27 Tests, 91 ODIs and 36 T20 Internationals. In 2020, he last got a chance to play in T20 for Pakistan. He has 83 wickets in Tests, 120 in ODIs and 34 wickets in T20s. Wahab has scored 1200 runs in international cricket. He has taken a total of 237 international wickets.

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