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Tushar Imran set to retire from all forms of cricket



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Bangladesh's leading first-class run-getter Tushar Imran is set to retire from all formats of cricket, the right-handed batter took to social media to announce his retirement.

One of Bangladesh's prominent domestic cricketer posted that he would play his last match on Sunday, "Tomorrow I will retire from first-class cricket and international cricket. Pray for me,"

Tushar made his international debut against Zimbabwe in 2001, he represented Bangladesh in 41 ODIs for Bangladesh. However, this right-handed batsman could not settle down in the national team.

He made his Test debut in 2002 and played only 5 Tests in his career.

The 37-year-old appeared in 182 first-class matches and scored 11,972 runs at an average of 43. He smashed 32 centuries and 63 half-centuries in his career with the highest innings of 220 runs.

He was also very successful in the List 'A' cricket, played 173 matches and scored 4,439 runs at an average of 28 with 30 fifties and a century.