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Star Bangladeshi Cricketer retires from Test Cricket!

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Bangladesh will be taking on Pakistan in an intriguing series that is going to get in progress today on the nineteenth of November. Bangladesh after a horrible showing in the Super 12 phases of the T20 World cup 2021 will require a few outcomes their method for pushing ahead. They lost all their five-game in the Super 12 phases and the fans will expect a superior exhibition from them against Pakistan.

Pakistan then again resembled the most adjusted side in the competition and they were unbeaten until they arrived at the semi-finals. Be that as it may, they couldnt move beyond the line against Australia and they will presently be wanting to expand on for the following T20 Worldcup. They have a great deal of stars in their arrangement and will be crushed on passing up a title. The time has come to check out Bangladesh versus Pakistan 2021 Schedule, Squads, Teams, Venues, And Live Broadcasting In India.

In the wake of having been on the white-ball treadmill for a significant length of time, which incorporated an effective T20 World Cup crusade, Pakistan are currently good to go to exchange their green shirts for white woolen clothes as they take on Bangladesh in a 2-match Test series. The group last played Test cricket against West Indies in August 2021. They lost the primary match by 1 wicket yet ricocheted back firmly to win the following one by 109 runs.

Babar Azam, as usual, was the top run scorer for Pakistan in the series with 193 runs at a normal of 48.25 and a strike pace of 43.96. Fawad Alam, as is progressively becoming reliable, was additionally among the runs with 180 runs from three innings. Shaheen Shah Afridi, a long-lasting apparatus in the bowling diagrams, was the top wicket taker in the series with 18 scalps from two matches at a normal of 11.28. Mohammad Abbas was next with 6 wickets.

Shakib Al Hasan and Taskin Ahmed, who were both among the wickets, are inaccessible for this match because of wounds. Bangladesh have been hit by a few wounds with nonattendance of Tamim Iqbal and Shoriful Islam also. Uncapped players Mahmudul Hasan (21-year-old hitter who has hit two centuries in the continuous National Cricket League) and Rejaur Rahman (the 22-year-old has gotten 33 wickets in 10 games) have been added to the Bangladesh crew for the main Test which starts on November 26 in Chattogram.

"It is still early days for him however Mahmudul has shown great demeanor for the more drawn out variant," Chairman of the National Selection Panel, Minhajul Abedin said. "He is additionally an in-structure batsman. With injury worries to Taskin (Ahmed) and Shoriful (Islam), we expected to keep our speed bowling choices open and Raja got approval. We have been checking his exhibitions in top notch contests. He is solid and enthusiastic and has a skill for taking wickets."

"There is a reasonable piece of involvement assuming you think about that Mominul (Haque), Mushfiqur (Rahim), Shakib, Taijul (Islam) and Miraz (Mehidy Hasan) are all important for the crew. We will clearly need to hold on to check whether Shakib makes it for the primary Test however these players have been the most predictable entertainers for us in Tests and their essence can have an effect."

Pakistan opener Imran Butt having been dropped, Imam-ul-Haq who scored 448 runs in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy including an unbeaten twofold century, is probably going to go with Abid Ali at the highest point of the request. Azar Ali, Babar Azam, Fawad Alam and Mohammed Rizwan will take their separate puts in the center request. Close by Mohammad Nawaz, Hasan Ali, Nauman Ali and Shaheen Afridi, Pakistan should pick between Faheem Ashraf, Kamran Ghulam and Saud Shakeel for the all-rounder's job.

Star Bangladeshi Cricketer retires from Test Cricket!

Veteran Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmud Ullah has announced his retirement from Tests after a 12-year career. The 35-year-old, who made his Test debut in 2009, featured in 50 matches, scoring 2914 runs at 33.49, including five centuries and 16 fifties and took 43 wickets. He also captained Bangladesh for six Tests.

He played his 50th Test against Zimbabwe earlier this year in July at the Harare Sports Club. It was a momentous occasion for the all-rounder as he starred in Bangladesh's 220-run win over the hosts by hitting 150* in the first innings and was adjudged Player of the Match.

In a statement, Mahmud Ullah said: “Leaving a format of which I have been a part of for such a long time is not easy. I had always thought of going on a high and I believe this is the right time to end my Test career.

"I want to extend my gratitude to the BCB President for supporting me when I returned to the Test team. I thank my teammates and the support staff for always encouraging me and believing in my ability. It has been an absolute honour and privilege to play Test cricket for Bangladesh and I will cherish the many memories.

"Although I am retiring from Tests, I will still be playing ODIs and T20 internationals and really looking forward to continue giving my best for my country in white ball cricket."


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