BREAKING: After Mohammad Amir, Wahab Riaz retires from Test cricket

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Srinagar, August 2: Another prime Pakistan paceman Wahab Riaz on Friday announced his retirement from Test cricket, days after Mohammad Amir hanged his boots from the longer-version of game.

As reported by Duny TV, Wahab has informed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman about his retirement and will make a formal announcement in some days.

Riaz recently made his comeback in the team in World Cup 2019. He had an impressive outing in the tournament with the ball.

However, there is no confirmation on why he decided to call it a day in Test cricket, the reason is expected to be same as that of Amir. The pacer might be more interested to invest in limited-overs cricket.

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