Razzak, Nafees retire from cricket
Published: 12:50 PM, 13 February 2021 Updated: 04:39 PM, 13 February 2021
Abdur Razzak and Shahriar Nafees; Photo: BCB
Abdur Razzak and Shahriar Nafees have announced their retirement from all kinds of international and domestic cricket. The two cricketers, who added the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB), officially announced their retirement.
Razzak and Nafees announced their retirement at a press conference at the Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in the capital, known as the ‘Home of Cricket’, on Saturday afternoon.
BCB President Nazmul Hassan Papon and other board directors and officials were present at the occasion.
The announcement of the retirement of Razzak and Nafees was conceivable. Razzak has recently been added as the third selector in the selection panel of the Bangladesh national team.
Nafees, on the other hand, is being appointed to a top post in the BCB’s cricket operations committee. Following this, they are giving farewell to the player’s life.
Abdur Razzak, 38, last played for the national team in the only round of the postponed Dhaka Premier League. He has played 13 Tests, 153 ODIs and 34 T20Is for the national team.
Shahriar Nafees, 35, has represented the national team in 24 Tests, 75 ODIs and one T20I. He played his last match in the last edition of the Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL).