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Shoaib Malik to retire from ODIs after 2019 World Cup

Shoaib Malik

Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik on Monday announced that he will retire from one-day cricket after the next year’s World Cup in the UK.

“The 2019 World Cup is my last event of the 50-over cricket,” Malik said. “I will try to play T20 cricket if I continue to stay fit and put up performances.”

“If you have made goals for yourself that keeps you running,” said Malik. “I have made some for myself. We have already won two big events: the World T20 in 2009 and the Champions Trophy [in 2017]. The only thing left in my career to win is that 50-over World Cup. That is the thing I am looking at which makes me work hard. I have big hopes from these youngsters and myself. We are going to give our best.”




Career Records :

Test –
Matches : 35
Inn : 60
Runs:1898
HS : 245
100 : 3
200: 1

ODI-
Matches : 261
Inn : 236
Runs: 6975
HS : 143
100 : 9
200: 0

T20I-
Matches : 98
Inn : 91
Runs: 1989
HS : 75
100 : 0
200: 0

Pakistan’s two-day training camp for the Zimbabwe tour begins from tomorrow (June 26). The team will fly to the African country on Thursday.



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