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Bangladesh pacer Rubel Hossain on Monday introduced his retirement from Test cricket. Taking to Facebook, he introduced his retirement and mentioned that he needed to offer children an opportunity to signify Bangladesh. Hossain took to his Facebook account and wrote, “Assalam Alaikum. I needed to tell you about one thing. I’ve formally submitted a letter to the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and determined to retire from Test cricket.”
“The longer model of cricket performs an enormous function in strengthening the nationwide workforce’s pipeline. I feel our pipeline will strengthen extra if the younger pacers get extra alternatives. In order to offer the kids extra alternatives within the red-ball format, I’ve determined to retire from Test cricket,” he added.
Hossain made his Test format debut in 2009 and represented Bangladesh in 27 Tests over the span of 13 years. The pacer scalped 36 wickets in his Test profession with the most effective determine of 5/166 – his one and solely five-wicket haul.
“I used to be capable of capable of play 27 Tests for Bangladesh, which is an enormous achievement for me. Those who’ve helped me throughout my journey with the pink ball cricket, I’m grateful to all of them and I hope I’ll get your help within the coming days as nicely. I’ll have retired from Test cricket however I consider I nonetheless have quite a bit to offer within the ODI and T20I codecs for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh pacer mentioned that he’ll proceed to play within the Dhaka Premier League, Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) together with different white-ball tournaments.
“I’ll proceed enjoying within the Dhaka Premier League (DPL), the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) together with the opposite white-ball tournaments. Pray for me in order that I can present you with vibrant goals in white-ball codecs,” his assertion concluded.
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