PCB congratulates Umar Gul on a successful career   

LAHORE -: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has congratulated Umar Gul on a a hit profession after he signed off on his 20-year skilled profession on Friday after Balochistan didn’t qualify for the Nationwide T20 Cup semifinals. Umar Gul, 36, burst into the circuit within the ICC U19 Cricket International Cup 2002 in New Zealand by means of claiming 11 wickets at 12.72 following a deficient debut 2000-21 season. The lanky pacer performed 125 firstclass, 213 Checklist-A and 167 T20 suits, by which he accrued 987 wickets. In a 237-match world profession from 2003 to 2016, Umar captured 427 wickets. PCB Leader Govt Wasim Khan stated: “On behalf of the PCB, I congratulate Umar for an excellent profession and thank him for the contribution he made in opposition to serving to to give a boost to the picture and popularity of Pakistan cricket.”