Source: Pakistani Media

Another disappointing news for Pakistan cricket as another left-arm fast bowler Wahab Riaz retires from test cricket. He is yet to make an official call but, he has informed the Pakistan cricket board via letter. He is in Quetta, a city in Balochistan these days and will announce his test retirement on return.

Wahab is an energetic and fighting cricketer, who always gives his 100% with the ball, bat and in the field. The thirty-four years old lad made his test debut against England at Oval in 2010. He picked five wickets in his first appearance and helped Pakistan to win a test match in Oval. In his 27 test match career, he picked 83 wickets with an average of 34.50. He got his peak in cricket world cup 2015 when he bowled a thrilling spell to Shane Watson. 

After Muhammad Aamer being retired Wahab Riaz was one of the leading fast bowlers in Pakistani camp. He might have proved handy in Australian pitches. From thirty-three to thirty-four, it just required one more year but, Wahab decided to step back from test cricket and championship. 

Pakistan Cricket Board
Cricket For Good
Speak Cricket | Live Cricket