Imran Farhat, the former Pakistani opening batsman announced his retirement from all sorts of professional cricket. He played his last match in the domestic circuit as a cricketer. He thanked everyone for their wishes and prayers and he said that all good things in life come to an end.
He wrote on Twitter that: “26 years ago today was the first time I put on my green shirt all excited for Pak-U19s and today I played last match as a professional cricketer. All good things in life come to an end, I have really enjoyed this journey and I specially want to thank everyone who has supported”.
Imran Farhat was born in Lahore and has played for several teams along with Pakistan Cricket Team. It includes Habib Bank Limited, Lahore Badshahs, Lahore Lions, Biman Bangladesh, ICL Pakistan XI, Lahore Badshahs, Pakistan Reserves, and Lahore Eagles. In total he played 40 test matches, 58 ODIs, and 230 First Class matches for Pakistan. He scored 2400, 1719, and 15000 runs in them respectively.