Bangladesh‘s all-rounder, Mahmudullah has proclaimed his retirement from Test cricket as he informed the shocking decision to his mates.
According to reliable sources, Mahmudullah announced his decision to his mates by the end of Day 3 as his team features in a one-off Test versus Zimbabwe.
Notably, he did not utter such words in a post-match conference. He only talked about his 191-run partnership with Taskin Ahmed at the ninth wicket that does not hint at his retirement plan by any means.
Mahmudullah has made no comments on his social forums as well has denied answering reporters’ queries so far. However, the matter already has gained attention as the cricketing fraternity discussed his sudden retirement from Test cricket.
But, one of the sources on Twitter posted his statement that is not confirmed, the source wrote,
“Am I really fit for Test cricket? I kept on asking myself after the match vs Pakistan. I searched for an answer. I searched for opportunities to give an answer. Found it in Harare. Now I know I’m perfect for Test cricket. BUT I WON’T PLAY THIS FORMAT ANYMORE” – Mahmudullah Riad
Mahmudullah shocks the cricketing fraternity, announced sudden retirement
Nazmul Hasan, the president of the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), is disappointed by the news revolving and believes it will affect the team’s energy amidst the ongoing match vs Zimbabwe.
It is pertinent to mention that the player is featuring his realm in the 50th Test match. He also celebrated the occasion celebrating his 5th Test century. He ended unbeaten on 150 and his partnership with Taskin came after Bangladesh lost 8 for 270.
Here is Mahmdullah’s career-best Test inning:
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