All Rounder Mohammad Hafeez is not in a mood as he decides not to retire from International Cricket
Pakistani all-rounder and top-order batsmen Mohammad Hafeez expressed a desire to retire from cricket on his terms. While answering a question on his Twitter account, Mohammad Hafeez says he is not yet ready to resign.
Mohammad Hafeez Tweet about his retirement:
Give up, I don’t know this word, my Career meri marzi (my choice).
The 38-year-old, Mohammad Hafeez also clarifies that there’s no grouping in the Pakistan team and that everyone committed to giving the best for the country.
Mohammad Hafeez did not receive a central contract from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for 2019-20 but was available for selection following the board’s press release.
Previously, the all-terrain had blamed changes in the batting order for their inconsistent performances.
It’s noted that Mohammad Hafeez made 253-runs in eight matches with an average of 31.62, during the mega event. Hafeez scored his only half-century against England, 84, which played a crucial role in Pakistan’s victory.
The 38-year-old all-rounder announced his retirement from cricket Test last year in December 2018. He told the PCB that he would retire from ODI when he feels there is a better player available to the team. Mohammad Hafeez doesn’t think any player on the current team is ready to take his place.