Domestic Circuit’s Another Run-Machine Retires Aged 32

Domestic Circuit’s Another Run-Machine Retires Aged 32
Domestic Circuit’s Another Run-Machine Retires Aged 32
Domestic Circuit’s Another Run-Machine Retires Aged 32

When Mohammad Saad, a right-handed batter, announced his retirement from domestic cricket during a match between Central Punjab and Southern Punjab at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, he was given a guard of honor.

The Southern Punjab team is seen gathered together in a video the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) broadcast on its official Twitter account to say goodbye to Saad during his final Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match.

The 32-year-old, who is playing for Central Punjab in the ongoing domestic championship, recently helped his team collect 490 runs in the first innings by scoring an amazing 182 runs off 280 balls.

The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2022 standings place Central Punjab third overall with 113 points and a +0.118 run rate due to the fact that all nine of their games ended in draws.

In the current Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Saad has amassed 466 runs in 10 games at an average of 42.36, including one century and three half-centuries. His career’s final domestic competition was this one. The cricketer, who was born in Gujranwala, has participated in 123 first-class games and has amassed 6,389 runs at an average of 33.62, including 11 hundred and 34 fifties, with a maximum score of 203 runs.

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