Sohail Tanvir, a left-arm bowler who grew to become recognized for having an unconventional bowling movement, introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket on Monday.
Sohail, who represented Pakistan in two Exams, 62 ODIs, and 57 T20Is, introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket on Twitter.
“Announcement: I am retiring from all formats of international cricket and will continue to play domestic and franchise cricket going forward. Thank you to PCB for giving me the opportunity to play for my country,” he wrote.
Announcement: I’m retiring from all codecs of worldwide cricket and can proceed to play home and franchise cricket going ahead. Thanks to @TheRealPCB for giving me the chance to play for my nation ??
— Sohail Tanveer (@sohailmalik614) March 6, 2023
He amassed 54 wickets in T20Is and continued to be a well-liked selection for franchise cricket gamers everywhere in the world. In his profession so far, he has taken 389 T20 wickets. The cricketer additionally competed for Pakistan within the 2009 T20 World Cup-winning squad.
Within the first season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2008, Sohail had essentially the most wickets for the Rajasthan Royals.
The left-arm bowler helped Rajasthan win their first IPL championship with 22 wickets in 11 video games.
Sohail performed for the Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Multan Sultans, and Quetta Gladiators within the Pakistan Super League (PSL) from 2016 to 2022. Within the PSL, he most lately represented Gladiators. In 61 video games, he has taken 55 wickets.