Wahab Riaz is likely to retire from Test cricket after Mohammad Amir
Fast bowler Wahab Riaz will seek permission from PCB officials for retirement from Test cricket after Eid.In the event that the Cricket Board is allowed to say goodbye to Red Ball, after Mohammad Amir, he will be the frontline bowler of the other Green Shirts who will miss the five-day game. Wahab Riaz, who is busy playing the Global T20 Canada League these days, now wants to focus all his attention on white ball, limited overs cricket.
Fast bowlers understand that in their absence there are several young bowlers, including Hassan Ali, Mohammad Abbas, Usman Shinwari, Shaheen Afridi, who can play significant role in the team's success in Test cricket. The matches have the honor of hunting terrorists. Wahhab Riaz, who gave a brilliant performance after his sudden entry into the World Cup, last played a Test match against Pakistan at Australia in Dubai on October 2. Lahori Boy took a test cap against England in 2000.