Rana Naveed decides to retire from International cricket
02 October, 2013
KARACHI: Pakistani cricket Rana Naveed-ul Hasan has decided to quit international cricket and will announce the retirement formally within few days, Our Sources reported.
Right-arm fast-medium bowler, Rana Naveed made his international debut at the Cherry Blossom Sharjah Cup on 4 April 2003 against Sri Lanka.
Rana took the wickets of Hashan Tillakaratne and Prasanna Jayawardene in consecutive balls but failed to take a hat-trick on his Debut.
Naved's career with Pakistan saw him take 110 wickets in 74 one-day internationals between 2003 and 2010 and a career best of 6–27 versus India in 2005.
Rana has only made the occasional Test appearance for Pakistan, he played 9 test matches and took 18 wickets.
He also plays for Derbyshire County Cricket Club in England and Dhaka Gladiators in BPL.
Rana said that he will continue to play domestic cricket after the retirement from international cricket.