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42-year-old Wasim Jaffer said goodbye to cricket, played Test 12 years ago

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Wasim Jaffer

42-year-old Wasim Jaffer played his last Test match for India in April 2008 against South Africa in Kanpur.

Wasim Jaffer, who has scored runs in India’s domestic cricket, has said goodbye to cricket.

Former India opener Jafar announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Saturday, ending his illustrious career spanning two decades.

42-year-old Wasim Jaffer played his last Test match for India in April 2008 against South Africa in Kanpur.

Former Team India opener Wasim Jaffer put an end to his cricketing career by saying, ‘Sharing the dressing room with players like Sachin Tendulkar,

Wasim Jaffer

Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, Anil Kumble, VVS Laxman, Virender Sehwag and Mahendra Singh Dhoni for me. It was a matter of honor.

Wasim Jaffer has scored 19,410 runs in 260 first class matches at an average of 50.67. He scored 57 centuries and 91 fifties.

His unbeaten 314 was his highest score. He represented India in 31 Test matches between 2000 and 2008, scoring 1944 runs.

Including five centuries and 11 half-centuries. In addition, he has also played two ODIs for India in his international career of 8 years.

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