Our true legend and test cricket captain Misbah announced his retirement from International cricket at a press conference held at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Speaking to the press, he said that the upcoming series with West Indies would be his last one of International career.
The 42 years old captain said,
“I am announcing my retirement from international cricket. The upcoming series against West Indies will be my last.”
He further said that he will continue his play at the domestic level, but he is all set to say goodbye to International cricket. Misbah-ul-Haq also shared that he wanted a better end of his career by winning the mind blowing series.
The Mianwali-born Misbah announced his retirement and everybody knows well that he is the one who guided Pakistan to the first place in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Test ranking.
Misbah is very passionate about his work. In the press conference he said that he is satisfied with his contribution to the Pakistan.
“I’ve seen many ups and downs during my career, he said. I was dropped from the team played poorly as well at times. But then I had some great moments too where we became the number one Test team in the world. So overall, I am satisfied with my performance.”