KINGSTON – Pakistan’s leading run-scorer in Test cricket Younis Khan has rubbished all rumors of taking his retirement decision back, reported Dunya News on Sunday.
According to details, the legendary batsman has said in a video message that if he scores a century in each innings of all three Test matches against West Indies, still he will not take his decision back and retire from international cricket.
A cricket website had on Saturday claimed that Younis Khan is reconsidering his decision, and may continue to play for Pakistan. Khan told in the message that his statement was misrepresented as he did not hint at taking any U-turn regarding the retirement decision.
Younis Khan, once again, made it quite clear that playing for Pakistan is an honor for him, and he has decided to retire from international cricket without any pressure. He said that he is very happy and satisfied with his decision.
The veteran asked the cricket fans to pray for him and Pakistan cricket team to clinch the Test series against West Indies on their home soil for the very first time.