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When will Wahab Riaz retire?

"My aim is to play in the 2023 ODI World Cup and retire from the game" - Wahab Riaz

Pakistan’s renowned bowler, Wahab Riaz, has talked about his retirement plans while talking to A sports, Pakistan’s first HD Sports Channel.

As people are querying the retirement plans of the veteran cricketers, Wahab, Shoaib Malik, and Mohammad Hafeez, they have got clear from the fast bowler’s end as he is not ready to leave team green until he plays for the nation in ICC ODI World Cup 2023.

The event is scheduled to take place between October and November under the Indian hosting rights.

Soon after the World Cup 2023 will be down and dusted, Riaz will no more be part of the Pakistan Cricket Team seeking the event as his career’s last.

While talking to the Pakistani channel, Riaz added,

My aim is to play World Cup 2023. That’s what I have aimed for, after that I will say goodbye to Pakistan Cricket.

A source on Twitter confirmed,

Wahab also requested fans to be patient and support the team players. Uttering out the reality, he stated the fans only show support during players’ good times and abuse or bash when a player is unable to perform.

Notably, Wahab is nowhere around the team as he last played a T20I in December 2020, ODI is November 2020, and Test in October 2018.

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