LAHORE: Pakistan former captain and senior batsman Azhar Ali announced his retirement from playing limited-overs on an international level on Thursday while he would be available to play on domestic level.
Cricketer Azhar Ali retired from ODI cricket Media Dressing
While addressing the press conference at Gaddafi Stadium he stated as “ this is not a impulsive decision. I have thought a lot about it and due to personal matters I have decided to retire from ODI cricket”.
Azhar Ali cricket started his debut in 2011 against Ireland, and became the captain of Pakistan cricket team in 2015 in 50 over matches, he played total 53 matches with total score of 1845 runs at an average of 36.9 including and 12 half-centuries.
Ali last played an ODI match on January 13, 2018 against New Zealand.