Pakistan’s fast bowler Wahab Riaz has announced his retirement from international cricket. The 38-years-old pacer announced the decision on X (formerly known as Twitter).
🏏 Stepping off the international pitch— Wahab Riaz (@WahabViki) August 16, 2023
🌟 After an incredible journey, I've decided to retire from international cricket. Big thank you to PCB, my family, coaches, mentors, teammates, fans, and everyone who supported me. 🙏
Exciting times ahead in the world of franchise…
Wahab Riaz played 27 test matches,96 ODIs( One-Day International), and 36 T20 matches.
“It has been an honor and an honor to represent Pakistan on the transnational stage. As I bid farewell to this chapter, I’m thrilled to embark on a new adventure in ballot justice, where I hope to entertain and inspire cult while contending against some of the stylish bents in the world” Wahab Riaz said.
“I’ve been speaking about my withdrawal plans once two times, that 2023 is my target to retire from International justice, and I feel comfortable now further than ever that I’ve served my country and public platoon to the stylish I could have,” he said after his retirement.
Wahab Riaz played his last match in December 2020, however he played PSL (Pakistan Super League) in March this year.