Pakistan left-arm pacer Usman Shinwari announced retirement to increasing his playing span. Earlier today, on 16th Nov. Tuesday, Usman took it to Twitter and wrote about his Doctors and Physios advice in the favour of retirement.
The 27-year old Shinwari has 48-International wickets and has represented Pakistan in one Test match. He has played 33 matches and has also performed in 17 ODIs and 16 T20 Internationals. His only Test match came against Sri Lanka in Rawalpindi in December 2019.
Back in 2017 the Pakistan speedster was diagnosed with a major injury in the back that was a serious fracture. He has faced the same injury twice before at the starting of his career because of which he missed major matches of 2014-2015.
Shinwari took to Twitter and bid farewell to the Test cricket matches in order to come back stronger. Usman’s tweet reads:
“Thanks to @sportsphysiojav ALHAMDULILLAH I have made my comeback again from back injury and now I am absolutely fit but due to my Doctors and physio advice I have to leave Long format to avoid such injuries in future and prolong my Cricket career. I am Resigning from Red ball.”
On the other hand, Pakistan has landed in Dhaka for their 3- match T20I series against Bangladesh on Friday, November 19th.