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Saeed Ajmal announces retirement from all forms of cricket

14 November 2017, 11:36 | Joan Schultz

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Saeed Ajmal

Pakistani bowler Saeed Ajmal celebrates after taking the wicket of Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara during the final match of the Asia Cup one-day cricket tournament between Pakistan and Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka on March 8, 2014.

Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has chose to retire from all forms of cricket after the National T20 Competition which is now underway.

But his time in the limelight was cut short after a temporary ban for chucking saw him return to the sport in 2015 without the same form.

"I am quitting all forms of cricket after the current National Twenty20 Cup", Ajmal said. "It was a highly satisfying career in which I achieved whatever goals I set for myself and helped the team win matches". Ajmal, who remodelled his action two years ago after being termed illegal, failed to make his place in the team.

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He was reported first in 2009, during an ODI series against Australia in the UAE, though he was cleared soon after.

But in spite of his early successes, Ajmal said the last two years of his career had been frustrating.

Saeed Ajmal was highly satisfied with the way his worldwide career panned out but has expressed that he was frustrated and hurt with the ban on his action. "But I have forgiven everyone". "The process of dealing with bowlers of illegal action seemed to be only for me and (Mohammad) Hafeez because there are a number of bowlers who are still playing with faulty actions", Ajmal was quoted as saying by Wisden India. He was reported for an illegal action twice in his worldwide career and it clouded somewhat the sheer potency of his doosra, a delivery he used to devastating effect. Ajmal said he would concentrate on coaching in the future.



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