Abdul Razzaq the former Pakistani all-rounder announces his comeback to cricket

Abdul Razzaq

Abdul Razzaq the start and famous all-rounder of Pakistan cricket team has decided to return to cricket again and he is making a comeback in first class cricket. He also showed interest to play the next edition of Pakistan Super league, after the gap of 5 years.

According to the media reports will play for Pakistan Television in Quaid e Azam trophy and he also signed a contract with the department.

Abdul Razzaq expressed that he had decided to play cricket when the commentator Muhammad Waseem encouraged him, the 38 year old cricketer had no plans to make a comeback in International cricket and he never announced his retirement.

He is the former all-rounder has played his last T20 international in November 2013, last one day international in November 2011 and played his last test in December 2006.

Abdul Razzaq has represented Pakistan in 46 test matches, 32 T2o internationals and 265 one day internationals. This is a big news for Pakistan fans, he had a huge fan following when he played international cricket for Pakistan.



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