Misbah-Ul-Haq Announced To Retire From ODIs After World Cup
Karachi: Pakistan cricket team captain Misbah-ul-Haq announced to take retirement from ODIs format after World Cup.
According to Pakistani media the cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq has announced that he will take retirement from One-day-International format after World Cup, however, he continued playing tests after retirement.
Misbah stated while talking to local TV channel that he has taken the decision of retirement following consultation with family and close friends, he has not revealed the name of next captain by saying that whoever will be the captain but PCB should has faith and confidence on him like me.
Pak captain said that he will try to hold the trophy of mega event by winning the World Cup, although it is a big event and want to finish it at winning end, he added.
40-year-old cricketer has stated while talking about retirement that his decision has final and he informed Pakistan Cricket Board about it, he played good cricket till now and satisfied from his performance but want to end her ODI cricket with one or more centuries in World Cup.
Misbah-ul-Haq has represented Pakistan in 153 ODIs in which he scored 4 thousand 669, he also played 53 Tests and 39 from Pakistan Cricket Team.