Abdur Rehman declares international retirement

Abdur Rahman picked 19 Test wickets against England in the 2012 series in UAE.

Pakistan’s left-arm spinner Abdur Rehman has declared his retirement from worldwide cricket on Wednesday (October 10). While he has left the worldwide scene, Rehman will keep on playing local cricket.

Rehman is best known for his heroics in the 2012 arrangement against England in the UAE in which Pakistan enlisted a whitewash triumph. Rehman finished with 19 wickets and played perfect thwart to Saeed Ajmal as the team spun a web around the English batsmen.

The Sialkot-conceived spinner made his universal introduction in 2006 amid the home ODIs against West Indies. As a spinner who depended basically on precision from a to a great extent compliment direction, Rehman made his attack into Test cricket the next year, against South Africa at home.






Rehman’s Test profession started with twin four-wicket pulls on presentation and finished as the most elevated wicket-taker for Pakistan in that arrangement. Notwithstanding, he needed to sit tight for an additional three years previously playing his next red-ball experience in worldwide cricket.
A gaint in the residential circuit of Pakistan with a count of more than 900 scalps crosswise over configurations, Rehman’s diligence saw him reviewed in 2010. From that point forward, he was a consistent starter till the 2014 voyage through Sri Lanka after which he got dropped. He had additionally played many constrained overs recreations, particularly in ODIs where he was a prohibitive spinner.

Rehman highlighted in the 2011 World Cup where he performed effectively yet was chopped out for the knockout recreations. Rehman hasn’t spoken to Pakistan since 2014 and hardened rivalry for the spinners’ opening abandoned him on the edges.




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