‘Did I retire from T20Is on my own wish?’: Mushfiqur Rahim sparks controversy with latest statement

Fortune Barisal chased down 150-odd in the second qualifier of the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) to make it to the final of the tournament. Mushfiqur Rahim played a crucial role in the chase scoring an unbeaten 47 off 38 balls to propel his side over the line against the favourites Rangpur Riders. He is also the fifth highest run-getter of the season having amassed¬†367 runs at a strike-rate of 123.56 so far. But Rahim is already retired from T20Is and when asked if he is regretting his decision, the reply was a blunt ‘no’.

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