Mahmudullah on retirement: Bangladesh batsman Mahmudullah can announce retirement after the Riyadh World Cup. Mahmudullah said that he is considering his retirement. After the World Cup we can say goodbye to international cricket. Recently, Mahmudullah played a brilliant century innings against South Africa. This player had scored 111 runs. However, the Bangladeshi team had to face defeat. However, now this player has given his reaction on retirement.
What did Mahmudullah say on his retirement?
Mahmudullah said that I made my international debut almost 16 years ago in 2007. I have been playing cricket for a long time. I scored a century against South Africa in this World Cup. I consider it a privilege to score a century in the World Cup. Actually, ICC has shared the video of Mahmudullah. Mahmudullah is expressing his views in this video. He said that cricket is a game which always surprises you. I sweated a lot to be a part of the World Cup. I am trying to give my best.
I am playing my last World Cup- Mahmudullah
However, Mahmudullah said that he will keep playing as long as he is fit and performing well. He said, honestly speaking, I am playing my last World Cup. Now it will depend on performance and fitness as to how long I will be able to play for Bangladesh. But I feel that after a few days or very soon I will say goodbye to international cricket. However, Mahmudullah is batting brilliantly in this World Cup. So far, Mahmudullah has scored 198 runs in 4 matches at an average of 99 and strike rate of 101.02.
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