Paceman has been leading wicket-taker at both 3 years ago and 2009 World Twenty20 occasions, helping Pakistan to the title last year
Last Updated: 18/10/20 10: 40am
Pakistan fast bowler Umar Gul offers retired from all forms of cricket at the age of 36.
The particular paceman played 47 Test fits, 130 one-day internationals and sixty T20 internationals for his nation between 2003 and 2016.
Gul is probably most mentioned for his success in T20 cricket with Pakistan and he was your leading wicket-taker at both the 3 years ago and 2009 World Twenty20 competitions.
The seamer found 13 wickets in seven video games in both competitions, helping Pakistan towards the final in 2007 and then towards the title two years later.
Gul recorded spectacular figures of 5-6 against Brand new Zealand at The Oval during the this year tournament in England, a feat he or she matched against South Africa in a T20I on Centurion in 2013.
Gul announced his retirement right after his team Balochistan were removed from Pakistan’s National T20 Mug on Friday night and was handed a guard of honour by each his team-mates and players off their opponents, Southern Punjab.
“It has been an honour in order to represent my club, city, state and country at various ranges for two decades, ” said Gul.
“I have completely enjoyed my cricket, which has trained me the values of effort, respect, commitment and determination.
“During this journey, I got had the pleasure of conference numerous people who have helped and backed me in some way. I want to thank those people as well as my team-mates plus peers for their support.
“I owe a big thank you towards the fans who supported me all through my journey. They have been an motivation, especially at times when the going had not been great.
“Lastly, We thank my family for standing securely behind me throughout my profession and helping me to treasure my dreams of not only playing cricket but traveling across the country and world. ”
Gul, in whose later career was blighted simply by injury, took 987 professional wickets – 479 in first-class fits, 286 in List A cricket and 222 in T20 video games.