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Twitter reacts on Pakistani-Magician spinner Saeed Ajmal’s retirement

Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal announced that he will retire from all forms of cricket at the end of the ongoing National Twenty20 tournament.

Ajmal, who is representing Faisalabad region in the Cup, said he had made up his mind about retirement after being offered a role as a spin bowling coach for the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) with Islamabad United.

“I had decided this beforehand because I will be serving as a spin coaching with Islamabad in the PSL,” Ajmal told The Express Tribune. “I will do a press conference at the end of this tournament and will announce my retirement officially. Only four to five matches of this tournament are left. “No pressure from anyone”

“I am not doing this under any pressure from anyone,” he said. “This is my own decision. I have turned 40 now, I had to leave cricket one day, so I thought I should announce my retirement since the matches are being broadcasted live.”

Ajmal represented Pakistan in 35 Tests, bagging 178 wickets at a strike rate of 65.1 and an average of 28.10. He played 113 ODIs for Pakistan, most of them before he was asked to remodel his action, and bagged 184 wickets at an average of 22.72 with a strike rate of 32.6. In T20Is, he boasts 85 wickets in 64 matches.

As Saeed Ajmal announced his retirement cricket legends paid him a tribute in their own styles;

BEN DUCKETT CONGRATS SAEED AJMAL ON AN AMAZING CAREER;

HARSHA BHOGLE ALSO CONGRATS HIM BUT IN THE END HE MADE A BLUNDER 😛 JEALOUSY!!

NEW PAKISTANI SUPERSTAR WAS SAD ON THE RETIREMENT OF SAEED AJMAL AS HE MENTIONED IN HIS TWEET 🙁

PCB CHAIRMAN NAJAM SETHI THANKED SAEED AJMAL FOR HIS SERVICES 🙂

AND THIS IS WHAT OTHER PEOPLE TWEETED ABOUT SAEED AJMAL

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