LAHORE: After retiring from international cricket, Pakistan’s most successful Test Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq has revealed his plans to bid farewell to all sorts of the game after playing the third edition of Pakistan Super League.
Talking to a British broadcasting company, Misbah said he will decide about his future role after playing PSL3. He said he is passionate about cricket and feels like it runs through his veins, therefore, he will continue to serve cricket after retirement.
Misbah-ul-Haq said he is very satisfied with the way his international career ended in West Indies with a historic Test victory over the hosts.
Former captain disclosed that the nature of his batting style was always aggressive, but he had to play defensive cricket at number four or five to take Pakistan out of trouble, as two to three quick wickets had already fallen. He said it is not appropriate to hold him responsible for slow batting. DNA