Tamim Iqbal Retires From T20 International Cricket
Tamim Iqbal, the captain of the Bangladesh ODI team, was on a voluntary break from international T20. He said goodbye before the end of the voluntary break. Tamim Iqbal retires from T20 international cricket just before Asia Cup 2022.
Tamim Iqbal made this announcement on his verified page on Facebook after West Indies whitewashed the hosts in the three-match ODI series. “Consider me retired from today in T20 Internationals,” he said. Thank you all.”
Tigers’ opening batsman Tamim Iqbal last played a T20I against Zimbabwe in March 2020. After recovering from the injury, he withdrew from the T20 World Cup after returning to the field to give opportunities to newcomers.
Tamim Iqbal took a voluntary break from the T20 format for six months after the World Cup. Before the end of that break, he announced that he will not play for the country in the T20 format.
Tamim Iqbal has played a total of 78 matches in the international arena in this short format of cricket. There he scored 1 thousand 758 runs with the bat including a century and 7 half-centuries.