Bangladesh’s veteran player Mashrafe Mortaza has opened up about his retirement plans. Mashrafe talked to the media after the conclusion of his BPL (Bangladesh Premier League) stint. The right-arm medium pacer mentioned that he will retire at his own discretion.
Mashrafe’s contract has been recently abolished by Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). The 36-year came hard at every question containing the word “retirement” during the press conference. He said that he is thankful to BCB for offering him a farewell game but he has no interest in it. “I think I have freedom of playing until I can”- Mortaza quoted.
Mashrafe Mortaza played his last limited-overs game for Bangladesh against Pakistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The veteran cricketer has represented Bangladesh in 36 Test matches, 217 ODI matches, and 54 T20I matches. After making his International debut in 2001, The Norail-born cricketer has served Bangladesh with all his capabilities.