Dhaka, Bangladesh
I think it has been a long fruitful career: Masakadza

I think it has been a long fruitful career: Masakadza

Zimbabwe skipper Hamilton Masakadza who has already announced retirement after the conclusion of the Tri-nation T20 series in Bangladesh said that he enjoyed every moments of his career and considered himself fulfilled in every aspect, reports BSS. Terming his career as fruitful he said here on Thursday, "Yes, definitely. I think it has been a long fruitful career. And obviously there are ups and downs but I thoroughly enjoyed every single moment." "I really cherished… those boys are really cherished representing the country. If I was given the choice to start over and do it again, I would definitely grab those chances," Masakadza told reporters adding that he had fond memories of Bangladesh as it was one of his happy hunting ground." Masakadza also looked back on the day when he first played against Bangladesh. "We were still playing in the Bangabandhu Stadium," Masakadza said when asked whether he remember his first match against Tigers at their own den. "And the main thing I remember that, the wicket was probably the flattest and best batting wicket to bat on anywhere in the world," he said. Masakadza has played 38 Test, 209 ODI and 62 T20I appearances for Zimbabwe since making his international debut against West Indies in 2001 and scored 9,410 international runs. Masakadza has hit 10 international tons to go alongside 42 half-centuries. His highest score in international cricket is his unbeaten 178 against Kenya in 2009. Masakadza is fourth on Zimbabwe's ODI and Test run-getters lists.

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