Shoaib Malik announce Retirement from Test Cricket

Shoaib Malik

Sharjah, Pakistani leading all rounder, Shoaib Malik has announced the retirement from test cricket and he also showed his wish that he wants to play the ICC Cricket World cup 2019.

He is now playing the third test cricket match against England in Sharjah and he was bowled out at zero in the second innings of the third test cricket match. When he returned to the pavilion, then he announced his retirement from the test cricket. However, he also showed his desire to play the world cricket cup 2019. On the announcement of his retirement from the test cricket, he said that the youngsters should come forward and they should represent Pakistan in the international cricket.

He played his first test match in 2001 against Bangladesh and started his test career. During this period , he played 34 test matches, in which he scored 1860 runs with the average of 35.76 in which three centuries and 8 fifties are also included. He also played various one day international matches in which he scored 5990 runs in which he scored 8 centuries and 34 fifties. He got 25 wickets in the test matches and 147 wickets in the one day international matches. He also did the captaincy of Pakistan cricket at the age of 25 years and he proved his abilities, when he defeated Sri Lankan cricket team in his first test series.

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