Current Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza announces retirement from all forms of international cricket after the upcoming tri-T20I series against Bangladesh and Afghanistan. Masakzada made his international debut in the year 2001.
The global governing body for the game, the International Cricket Council (ICC) took to Twitter for officially announcing the player's retirement news. In its official tweet ICC wrote, "JUST IN: Zimbabwe captain Hamilton Masakadza, who made his international debut back in 2001, has announced he will retire from international cricket after his side's upcoming T20I series against Bangladesh and Afghanistan."
Hamilton has played a total of 38 Tests, 209 ODIs, and 62 T20Is scoring 2223, 5658 and 1529 runs respectively during his 19-year-long career. He has overall scored a total of 9410 runs in all the three formats of the game with 10 international hundreds and 42 half-centuries. His best score stands as unbeaten 178 against Kenya in 2009.
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