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article imageInzamam the Captain of Pakistan announced his retirement

By Jishpar     Mar 19, 2007 in Sports
He is a 37-year-old, who made his debut in 1991, his final match would be his 378th match when Pakistan complete their campaign against Zimbabwe on Wednesday
This drastic step was taken by him when his team has failed to go to super eight phase and the tragic death of coach Bob Woolmer.
He said to the media that he decided after calling his dad and later announced in public. Anyhow he is going to place Test matches and can continue for Capitancy for Test matches.
He said: "I am very happy with the support I have received over the last three or four years as captain.
"I don't think it will really be a big challenge to find a replacement for me," he said.
He shared his happy moments of his first world cup cricket when he was 21 years and enjoyed that finest moment of international cricket.
He has scored 11,702 ODI runs at an average of 39.53, with 10 centuries and a remarkable 83 fifties.
This seems to be really a sequence of sad news to Pakistan and there team. He is the best and good player of Pakistan.
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