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Sunday, September 25, 2022

Mushfiq Rahim from Bangladesh retires from T20 internationals – TheHourlyNews

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Former Bangladesh captain Mushfiq Rahim announced his retirement from international cricket on Sunday, three days after the team’s unofficial exit from the Asian Cup.

“Today I announce my retirement from T20 internationals,” Mashfqur, 35, said in a statement on social media.

“I will continue to proudly represent Bangladesh in both Test and ODI formats. I hope to be able to bring success to our nation with these two formats.”

Mushfiq added that he will continue to participate in the Bangladesh Premier League and other Twenty20 tournaments.

Shafiq’s announcement came after Bangladesh lost in the second group matches in the Asian Cup against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates, in which he contributed only five games.

It was his comeback tournament after missing the previous two series against the West Indies and Zimbabwe.

He played in 102 matches and twenty 20 matches with Bangladesh and scored 1,500 points in 19.48 points. He led him in 23 of those matches, and he led Bangladesh to eight victories.

Mushfiqur is the second major Bangladeshi cricketer to retire from the 1920s in recent months after Tamim Iqbal.

Bangladesh has won only two of its 12 matches in the shortest form since last year’s T20 World Cup.

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