Senior Bangladesh all-rounder Mahmudullah has made a sudden decision to stop playing Test cricket, a day after recording a career-best 150 in the ongoing one-off Test against Zimbabwe in Harare.
According to a report in Cricbuzz, Mahmudullah informed his colleagues that he is not willing to continue his Test career anymore, leaving the team management shocked.
“Yes, he (Mahmudullah) had informed that he does not want to prolong his Test career after this game. But he did not inform us anything officially and we have to see whether it’s an emotional outburst or not,” the website quoted a top Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) as saying.
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Mahmudullah has played 49 Tests with 2764 runs at an average of 31 plus and four half-centuries.
Mahmudullah, 35, made his Test debut in 2009 against the West Indies, making a dream start to…