This Pakistani all-rounder desires to say goodbye to worldwide cricket after the T20 World Cup

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez desires to signify the nation within the ICC T20 World Cup this 12 months earlier than he retires from worldwide cricket. Hafeez stated in an interview that he desires to play for his nation within the T20 World Cup and assist the crew to carry out properly in it.

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He stated, 'I’ve determined that after the T20 World Cup, I’ll retire from worldwide cricket. <! –

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                 After that I’ll think about enjoying solely in T20 league. Hafeez has already retired from Test cricket and he solely performs within the white ball format.

Hafeez, 39, who has performed 55 Tests, 218 ODIs and 91 T20Is for Pakistan, stated that he has not but determined what he’ll do after retiring.

Hafeez, who captained the crew in T20 internationals, stated, "It may be teaching. I don't know something proper now, when the time comes I’ll make up my thoughts. '

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Hafeez returned to the facet within the T20 International collection towards Bangladesh in February after being ignored for the World Cup performed in England final 12 months.

The Pakistan Cricket Board had just lately reprimanded Mohammad Hafeez for questioning the return of tainted Sharjeel Khan.

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