Saeed Ajmal announces retirement from all forms of cricket

Pakistan’s off spinner Saeed Ajmal is set to resign from all types of cricket after the finish of the progressing National T20 tournament in the country.

“This national tournament is my last tournament and I would prefer not to be a weight on any team. The last stage was baffling. In any case, before anybody can raise a finger against my determination in local matches, I need to leave and that is my ultimate choice”. Ajmal said amid the mid-innings break at Rawalpindi amid a competition diversion.

Ajmal, 40, needed to experience the procedure of re-displaying his activity in 2014, a move that significantly influenced his wicket-taking ability. Before the renovating, Ajmal was a standout amongst the most looked for after spinners in world cricket, and from November 2011 to December 2014, was the No.1 bowler in ICC’s ODI rankings.

In 35 Tests, Ajmal took 178 wickets, while in 113 ODIs and 64 T20Is, he took 184 and 85 wickets separately. His last worldwide amusement was a T20I against Pakistan at Dhaka in April 2015.