Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez announced his retirement from international cricket on Monday.
“Today I say good-bye to international cricket with pride and satisfaction. In fact, I have earned and accomplished more than I had initially envisaged and for that, I am thankful to all my fellow cricketers, captains, support staff and the Pakistan Cricket Board who helped me out during my career," said Hafeez in a statement.
“And, of course, my family who made big sacrifices to ensure I achieved my aspirations of representing Pakistan at a global stage."
Hafeez represented Pakistan in 392 international matches, scoring 12,780 runs and taking 253 wickets, besides also captaining the side in 32 international matches. He was a member of the Pakistan squad that won the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 in England and Wales.
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