Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez set to retire from international cricket

Lahore Qalandars has signed this 41-year-old batter for their upcoming tournament Pakistan Super League. He will also continue to appear for the franchise cricket all over the world.

Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez is said to be retired from international cricket according to the reports said PTI. The veteran player was captain of his team during every format of the sport.

Lahore Qalandars has signed this 41-year-old batter for their upcoming tournament Pakistan Super League. He will also continue to appear for the franchise cricket all over the world. According to a report on ‘Geo News,’ the player has not said a word about it yet.

Hafeez appeared for 392 international games for his country where he made 12,789 runs and took 253 wickets for Pakistan. He appeared for 55 Test matches, 218 ODIs and 119 T20Is for Pakistan that involved three ICC ODI World Cups and six T20 World Cups.

The Pakistani batter played his first international match during ODI that was fixtured against Zimbabwe in the year 2003. The player previously was seen for his country’s side against Australia during the T20 World Cup semi-final where Pakistan was defeated by the Aussies last November.

Hafeez has been crowned as ‘Player of the Match’ 32 times during his tenure at the cricket career that was very successful as this was the fourth-highest of Pakistan players in all the formats of international cricket. He also bagged Player of the Series awards nine times.

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