Former Bangladesh captain Rajin Saleh will retire from all forms of cricket after the end of the ongoing National Cricket League, the country’s traditional first-class competition.
The announcement was made on the opening day of the Bangladesh and Zimbabwe Test match at Sylhet international cricket stadium.
The 34-year old, who represented Bangladesh in 24 Tests and 43 One-Day Internationals from 2003 to 2008. He will play in the last round of the ongoing National Cricket League, scheduled to start from November 5.
“I would like to thank my Almighty first. Thanks to his blessings I could play cricket for 22 years. You know that I have played for Bangladesh for six years. I will play my last match on 5th of this month in an NCL game and after that I will retire,’ an emotional Rajin told reporters at the press box of Sylhet International Cricket Stadium.