Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah has declared his retirement from Test cricket, the Bangladesh Cricket Board affirmed on Wednesday (November 24).
Mahmudullah, who made a rebound to the Test design recently in Zimbabwe, had as of now illuminated his colleagues that he will not be expanding his vocation in the longest arrangement following his profession best 150* against the African country in Bangladesh’s 220-run win.
While the BCB were considering assuming that Mahmudullah’s choice was only a passionate one, the batting all-rounder has settled on the decision official. In spite of stopping Test cricket, Mahmudullah has clarified that he needs to keep highlighting in ODIs and T20Is. “Leaving an arrangement of which I have been a piece of for so long is difficult,” Mahmudullah said.
“I had consistently considered going on a high and I accept this is the ideal opportunity to end my Test vocation. I need to stretch out my appreciation to the BCB President for supporting me when I got back to the Test group. I thank my partners and the care staff for continually uplifting me and trusting in my capacity. It has been an outright honor and advantage to play Test cricket for Bangladesh and I will value the numerous recollections.
“Despite the fact that I am resigning from Tests, I will in any case be playing ODIs and T20 internationals and truly anticipating keep giving my best for my country in white-ball cricket.”
Mahmudullah, who made his Test debut in the West Indies in 2009, wraps up his profession having scored just about 3000 runs at a normal of 33.49, including five centuries. He likewise has a five-wicket pull in Test cricket, getting done with 43 wickets.