Pakistan’s veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik says he would play T20 cricket for his country until he receives the order.
When it comes to planning for retirement, the 40-year-old feels that keeping in touch with Azam is essential.
If that means playing a restricted series, then Babar must contact with me. He advised me to take part in the Bangladesh series, and I did so.. Babar wanted to play some youngsters in the next series against the West Indies, so I stood aside and rested,” stated Malik in an exclusive interview with Cricket Pakistan. “It was a tough decision to make.”
Even if his skills are no longer necessary, “clarity is the most essential thing for any player, particularly those who have served Pakistan cricket for as long as I,” he said.
The Sialkot native further said that he has another two to three years left in him as a representative of Pakistan.