Mysterious off Break Bowler from Pakistan Saeed Ajmal announces his retirement on Monday evening. Speaking to AFP from Rawalpindi on call, he said: “I am leaving all types of cricket after the current national Twenty20 tournament.” It was a very satisfying career in which I had achieved the goals I had set for myself. And helped win the team,” he added.
Saeed Ajmal started his cricket career against India in 2008 Asia Cup and surprised everyone with his spin bowling. Ajmal was the second most successful bowler with 12 wickets in the tournament, he also played a vital role in 2009 T20 world cup in which Pakistan won.
In 2009, due to his suspicious bowling action, Ajmal faced the ICC ban, but later he passed the bowling test and get back in the team.
In his test career, he picked 5 wickets per innings 10 times, while four times he able to grab 10 wickets per innings.
Saeed Ajmal played 113 one-day internationals and 64 T20s in his cricket career. In one-day matches, he took 184 wickets at an average of 4 .18, while in T20, he got 85 wickets in 64 matches.
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