Fast bowler Umar Gul has announced his retirement from cricket.
Umar Gul represented Pakistan in 47 Tests, 130 ODIs and 60 T20I matches. He said goodbye to cricket at the age of 36, and he represented Balochistan for the last time in a national T20 match. It also presented Umar Gul a guard of honor by the players of Balochistan and Punjab team in his last match.
Talking about retirement after the match, Umar Gul became impatient and could not control his emotions and became impatient. He said that he did not want to give up cricket but one day everyone has to go; it is a stage in which everyone has to go through his turn….
Umer Gul announced retirement
Umar Gul wrote in a message on social media site Twitter that he has wisely decided to retire from cricket. He always played with all his heart for Pakistan and ensured his 100% performance. Cricket has always been my passion and will always be.
In his message, Umar Gul wished the Pakistan Cricket Board staff, coaches and those who lived with him during his cricket career all the best. The fast bowler especially thanked his fans and media on the occasion.
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