New Delhi. A series of 2 Test matches will be played between Pakistan and Bangladesh from 26 November. Earlier, Bangladesh’s star player and T20 captain Mahmudullah has retired from Test cricket. Bangladesh Cricket Board confirmed this. Talking about Mahmudullah, he returned to Test cricket earlier this year from the match against Zimbabwe and he had already informed the team members about his Test career.
The best innings of his Test career was 150 runs. Bangladesh won by 220 runs on the basis of his innings. According to Cricbuzz Mahmudullah Said that I had always thought of going to the heights and I believe that this is the right time to say goodbye to my Test career.
I would like to thank the Chairman of the Board for supporting me on my return to the Test team. Thank you fellow players and support staff for always encouraging me and believing in me. Bangladesh It is an honor and a matter of pride for him to play Test cricket.
This 35-year-old player has also made it clear that he will continue to play ODI and T20 cricket. He said that I am retiring from Tests, but I will still continue to play International T20 and ODI cricket. Mahmudullah Said that he started his Test career as a bowler in 2009 and took 8 wickets against West Indies and finished his career as a batsman.