Mahmudullah played his final Test against Zimbabwe in Harare in July this year with Bangladesh recording a 220-run victory.
Bangladeshi striker Mahmudullah Riyad announced he had stopped playing Test cricket on Wednesday after 12 years of service.
The 35-year-old played his final Test against Zimbabwe in Harare in July this year with Bangladesh recording a 220-run victory.
The right-handed player made 150 undefeated – his fifth Century Test – in his final innings, and was named man of the match.
He hit 2,914 runs with an average of 33.49 and took 43 wickets in the Tests, capturing the team six times.
Local media reported that Mahmudullah had informed his colleagues during the Zimbabwe Test but was waiting to make an official announcement.
“Leaving the program I have been a part of for so long is not easy. I have been thinking of moving up and believing that this is the right time to finish my Test work,” he said in a statement. Wednesday.
His announcement came two days before Bangladesh was scheduled to begin its two-match Test series against Pakistan.
Mahmudullah, Bangladesh’s T20 captain who was not selected for the Pakistan Tests, has vowed to continue playing two more.
“Even though I am retiring from the Tests, I will still be playing ODIs and T20 internationals and look forward to continuing to give my country my best in white football,” he said.
Mohammad Mahmudullah  (Bengali: মোহাম্মদ মাহমুদুল্লাহ; born 4 February 1986), also known as Riyadh,  is a Bangladeshi cricket player and T2 captain. He has played First-class and List A cricket in Dhaka Division and has represented Bangladesh in all competitions. An all-rounder, you are a low or middle level batsman as well as an off spin thrower. He excelled at his ability to finish the game which is about to end. He is the first person in Bangladesh to win a 100 World Cup.
Homework and T20
National Cricket League
In the 2008/09 Bangladeshi home season Mahmudullah finished as the second highest scorer in the tournament with 710 runs with an average of 54.61 and was also named in the ODI team that will face Zimbabwe in three ODIs and tri-series ne-Sri. Lanka and Zimbabwe. 
Bangladesh Premier League
Auctions were held for teams to buy players. And Mahmadullah was bought by the Chittagong Kings for $ 110,000.
Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League
In the 2017-18 Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League, Mahmudullah became the first player to select a player in the Dhaka Premier League by Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club and became the highest paid cricketer.
They are the T20 Cup people
He played for Gemcon Khulna in 2020-21 Bangabandhu T20 Cup. Mahmudullah as captain of Gemcon Khulna won the first Bangabandhu T20 Cup.
The early years
He played for the first time in the tour, in the third ODI, where he scored the second goal scorer in Bangladesh (36). . ) also took two wickets, in a match Sri Lanka won by 39 runs.
Mahmudullah made his Test Test debut on July 9, 2009 against the West Indies. He did poorly with batting, but got the best test tackle figures for the first Bangladeshi match, with eight wickets haul, including five wickets haul in the second innings. This played a major role in Bangladesh’s second Test win, as well as the first overseas one.
As a permanent member
Although Mahmudullah has hit the 100th Test match against New Zealand against New Zealand, the selection committee has preferred not to raise the bar due to perceived weakness in fast bowling, despite fourth place not a permanent player. On 20 September 2011. Mahmudullah was appointed vice-captain of Bangladesh. Taking over from Tamim Iqbal following the dismissal of the former captain and his deputy. When the West Indies visited in October, Mahmudullah missed all programs due to the flu virus. He recovered in time to join Pakistan in the three ODIs in November. Mahmudullah scored 56 runs and threw in just one match, taking three wickets in seven deliveries.
2015 World Cup
On March 9, 2015, at the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, against England, he hit the first 100 with a Bangladeshi striker in World Cup history. Bangladesh went on to win the match and advanced to the quarterfinals. In the next match, on March 13, he hit another 100-year-old World Cup, this time against New Zealand, although New Zealand won by 3 wickets.
In six World Cup matches, he scored 365 runs at a score of 73.00 and ended up being Bangladesh’s run-getter in the World Cup.
2017 ICC Champions Trophy
Mahmudullah has spent 100 years playing against New Zealand in the virtual Quarterfinals which is crucial in the semi-finals. In that match he and Shakib Al Hasan set a record for the 5th highest wicket