Pakistan cricket team pacer Usman Shinwari says goodbye to Test cricket. Shinwari has announced his retirement from red-ball cricket.
The 27-year-old cricketer tweeted on Twitter that he has now recovered from his back injury. He further added that he is “absolutely fit”, but that he is resigning from farewell long-format Test cricket.
The Karachi Kings player, Shinwari played his last Test match in Rawalpindi against Sri Lanka in 2019. Due to his latest injury, Usmant took part in only a couple of games in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy this season. The Pakistan pacer made his debut in December 2013 in T20 cricket. But he had to wait for four years to play his first ODI.
Shinwari has represented Pakistan in one Test match. He had played 33 first-class matches. He has also played 17 ODIs and 16 T20 Internationals. Shinwari will continue playing white-ball cricket for Pakistan. He ends his first-class career with 96 wickets from 33 games.
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