Cricket Star Imad Wasim Bids Farewell to International Cricket After more than eight years representing the national side, versatile cricketer Imad Wasim has officially announced his retirement from international cricket.
The 34-year-old shared this significant decision on X (formerly Twitter), expressing that after thoughtful consideration, it’s the right time for this transition. Imad, who hasn’t been part of the Green Shirts since April this year, expressed gratitude towards the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for their unwavering support throughout his career.
In a tweet, he stated, “It has truly been an honour to represent Pakistan. Each of my 121 appearances across the ODI and T20I formats was a dream come true. Also read Marlon Samuels Faces Six-Year Ban for Anti-Corruption Code Breach in Abu Dhabi’s T10 League
Acknowledging the exciting changes in Pakistan cricket, including new coaches and leadership, Imad extended his best wishes for the team’s success. He emphasized his anticipation for watching the team excel from the sidelines.
Having skipped the recent Pakistan Cup and choosing the Abu Dhabi T10 league over the National T20 Cup, Imad mentioned his eagerness to focus on his playing career away from the international stage. The cricketer’s retirement marks the end of a notable chapter in Pakistan’s cricketing journey.