Pakistan’s triple centurion announced his retirement from Test cricket, the last match will be against England

New Delhi. The Pakistan team is currently playing a three-Test series against England. In this series, the visiting team has maintained a 2-0 lead. The last match will be played on 17 December. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s star batsman Azhar Ali has announced his retirement from Test cricket. He made it clear that he would play the last Test of his career against England. He scored 40 in the first innings of the first Test against England and 27 in the second.

Azhar Ali made his debut in his first Test cricket in 2010. He was once considered an important part of the Pakistan Test team. But for some time Azhar was seen struggling with his poor form. In Test career, he has also scored 3 double centuries and a triple century. Apart from this, 19 centuries and 35 half-centuries are also included in his 7097 runs. In July, he was dropped from the playing XI after 8 years in the Test against Sri Lanka. Talking about the last 9 innings, he has managed to play half-century innings only once.

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