Senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has no plans to retire from the limited overs format after Pakistan endured a disappointing World Cup campaign in the United Kingdom. Hafeez failed to fill in the responsibility of a senior batsman as he could not play any significant part in the mega-event.
Hafeez, who will turn 39 in October, has also informed the Pakistan team management that he has no plans to retire and is fit enough to serve Pakistan cricket in ODI and T20 Internationals for a few more years. Earlier, Waqar Younis advised Hafeez to follow Shoaib Malik’s footsteps and call curtains on his career but it seems like Hafeez is not yet done with international cricket.
According to reports, the all-rounder was unhappy about his place in the batting order in the 2019 World Cup. Hafeez has appeared in 218 ODIs and 89 T20 Internationals and retired from Test cricket last October after struggling for form in the series against New Zealand in the UAE.