Announcement of retirement: Former Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura retires from international cricket after Pakistan series

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Former Zimbabwe captain Chingubura will play his last T20 match against Pakistan on 10 November.

Former Zimbabwe captain Elton Chingubura has announced his retirement from international cricket. His T20 match against Pakistan at Rawalpindi on 10 November will be his last. Zimbabwe’s team is on tour to Pakistan these days. Chingubura is a member of the Zimbabwe T20 team. Chingubura has played 213 ODIs in a 16-year cricket career. He has scored 4340 runs at an average of 25.23. He has also taken 101 wickets at an economy rate of 5.91.

While scored 569 runs in 14 Tests at an average of 21.07. He has scored 873 runs in 55 T20s at an average of 19.40. He has been the captain of the team in 62 matches. At the same time, in the first T20 match against Pakistan, 21 runs have been scored from 13 balls. He was also a member of the Zimbabwean team coming to Pakistan in 2015.

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Made his debut in international cricket in 2004

He has been the batsman as well as the team’s medium pace bowler. He has also been a good power hitter batsman from Zimbabwe. He made his debut in international cricket in 2004. In 2015, he scored centuries against Pakistan and India. He scored 54 off 26 balls against India. He scored 53 against UAE in the 2014 T20 World Cup.

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