Pakistan’s Test skipper, Misbah Ul Haq has brushed off all the rumours about retirement and has stated that he will think about it after the second edition of Pakistan Super League.
Misbah Ul Haq was addressing a post-match press conference after conceding a defeat by 220 runs in the final Test of the series, where a reporter asked him regarding his plans about retirement.
Misbah said that he has enough time to think about his future. He told that they have an ODI series against Australia that will take almost a month and then there is PSL, so he will decide about retirement after that.
The 42-year has led Pakistan to glory in Test, where they occupied the top spot in the ICC Test ranking. However, since then, their performance have been on a decline.
Pakistan have lost six consecutive Test matches. They lost their last match of the series against West Indies in UAE, then they lost the two-match Test series against New Zealand by 2-0 and now they have been whitewashed by Australia in the three-match series.
Misbah has been under fire for his poor captaincy in Australia and his below par performance with the bat as well.