Aizaz Cheema, Pakistani veteran of the right arm, announced Monday his retirement from first-class cricket.
Originally from Sarghoda, Cheema has played 140 matches since his debut in 2001 and took 572 wickets at an average of 20. His splendid numbers include 38 five-wick hauls and 11 ten-wick hauls. Cheema last played for Central Punjab (CP) against Northern in the final of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2019-20. CP won the tournament at National Stadium Karachi after beating Northern by an inning and 16 runs.
The right-arm bowler is known for his match-winning last over against Bangladesh in the final of Asia Cup 2014. On the other hand, he had represented Pakistan in 7 Tests, 14 ODIs and 5 T20Is. He has 20 Test wickets, 23 ODI wickets, and 8 T20I wickets.
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