Former right-arm tempo bowler Sohail Khan has introduced his retirement from worldwide and first-class cricket on Sunday. Nevertheless, he’ll proceed to play home white all and franchise cricket throughout the globe.
The 39-year-old Sohail Khan introduced his determination by way of a publish on the social media platform ‘X’ (previously often called Twitter).
“After a thorough consultation with my close ones, I’ve decided to retire from International & First Class Cricket. Big thank you to PCB, my family, coaches, mentors, teammates, fans, and everyone who supported me. I would continue playing domestic white ball & franchise,” the publish says.
Sohail Khan made his worldwide debut throughout an ODI in opposition to Zimbabwe in 2008, adopted by a T20I debut in opposition to Canada later in the identical 12 months, whereas his take a look at debut got here a 12 months later throughout the 2009 dwelling take a look at sequence in opposition to Sri Lanka.
He represented Pakistan in 9 Exams, 13 ODIs and 5 T20Is. The suitable-arm pacer picked up 51 wickets over the course of his worldwide profession.
He additionally represented Pakistan within the 2015 ODI World Cup, the place he picked up 12 wickets, together with a 5-wicket haul in opposition to arch-rivals India.
In the meantime, he additionally picked up 39 wickets throughout his Pakistan Super League (PSL) profession, enjoying for 5 totally different groups.