Ahmed Raza announced the retirement from international cricket
The Former captain of UAE, ahmed raza, announced the retirement from international cricket. Ahmed raza built a strong position in cricket in the last 3 years and now will oversee the team in the role of assistant coach.
He was the successful captain of the United Arab Emirates with the format of limited overs. The team win the number of matches under the ahmed leadership. In fact, one of the left-arm spinners of the team took 64 ODI wickets at the 30.06 average level and a 4.12 economy rate. During the T20Is, he took 37 wickets at a 31.83 average level and 6.61 economy level. The 34-year-old appeared on social media when he announced his retirement and stated that it was the right time for him to take a step away from the cricket game.
It was like a great pride for Ahmed when he announced his retirement from all types of cricket matches. After a long time, he is able to take a step out from cricket, which gives him huge respect and love over the last 17 years. A special moment for ahmed raza was when he led his team in the ICC men T20 world cup 2022.
Moreover, he thanks all those people who highly support him in his career, especially Aqib Javed. He contributed a lot in his career and made him from a cricket player to an expert on the cricket team, who holds better for the future. After announcing the retirement of ahmed raza, he joins the UAE support staff, where he plays the role of assistant coach.