Umar Gul Announces Retirement From Professional Cricket

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

17th Oct, 2020. 12:05 am
Umar Gul Announces Retirement From Professional Cricket

Former Pakistan cricket team fast bowler Umar Gul said Goodbye to professional cricket with teary eyes.

He has announced his retirement from domestic cricket after the International. In the last match, he was greeted by his teammates.

Balochistan lost to Southern Punjab in the last group match of the National T20 Cup today and was knocked out of the semi-finals.

As Umar Gul’s illustrious cricket career came to an end, he was being lauded by social media users, including his teammates.

#Guldozer is currently in the top trends in Twitter, Social Media users and fellow players paying homage to Umar Gul, check out some of the tweets below.

It should be noted that Umar Gul represented Pakistan in 47 Tests, 130 ODIs and 60 T20I matches and took 163, 179 and 85 wickets respectively. He last played in international cricket in 2013 against South Africa.

Umar Gul has sent 479 players to the pavilion in 125 first-class matches while taking 222 wickets in 167 matches in the domestic T20.

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