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Saeed Ajmal decides to retire from all cricket

Saeed Ajmal decides to retire from all cricket

Saeed Ajmal. – A file photo

November 14, 2017

PESHAWAR, 14 November: Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal has decided to retire from all formats of cricket and he will made an announcement in this regard within few days.

Saeed Ajmal said he will retire from cricket after fulfilling his all commitments during the ongoing season. He said he thoroughly enjoyed his cricketing career and now he don’t want to be a burden on the team.

Saeed Ajmal took 178 wickets in 35 Tests and 184 wickets in 113 one day matches. He was banned from bowling by the International Cricket Council for some time due to his suspect bowling action. He failed to find a place in the national cricket team despite correcting his bowling action.


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