After the England series, Azhar Ali plans to stop playing Test cricket

Azhar Ali, a former captain of Pakistan and one of their best batsmen, has made the decision to end his Test career following the third and final game of the current series against England, which begins here on Saturday.

Azhar, who is 37, has so far amassed 7097 runs from 96 Test matches at an average of 42.49. His career high in the format is an undefeated 302 against the West Indies in a day-night game. He has 19 hundred and 35 fifties to his name. He has also taken eight wickets in Test matches.

In 53 ODIs and 49 T20Is, he has played for Pakistan and has scored 1895 runs and 985 runs, respectively.

This news is written by Ms. Pujari Dharani, Research Assistant, All India Legal Forum.


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