The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Sunday introduced the retirements of quick bowler Ehsan Adil and all-rounder Hammad Azam.
In keeping with particulars, Ehsan made his Check debut in February 2013 in Centurion towards South Africa and performed two extra Assessments and 6 One-Day Internationals until 2015, taking 5 and 4 wickets within the two codecs, respectively.
Earlier than breaking into the nationwide males’s aspect, Ehsan was a member of Pakistan’s aspect within the ICC Males’s U19 Cricket World Cup in Australia in 2012.
He performed 67 first-class (245 wickets), 67 Checklist A (98 wickets) and 68 T20 (86 wickets) matches from March 2012 until October 2021.
All-rounder Hammad Azam featured for Pakistan within the ICC Males’s U19 Cricket World Cup 2010 in New Zealand. He performed 11 ODIs (80 runs and two wickets) and 5 T20Is (34 runs) from 2011 to 2015.
His home profession spanned from December 2008 to June 2021 by which he performed 107 first-class (4,953 runs and 186), 114 Checklist A (2,362 runs and 91) and 98 T20s (1,361 runs and 75) wickets.
The PCB congratulated each gamers for his or her providers to cricket and wished them effectively of their future endeavours.