Pakistan’s veteran middle-order batsman, Younis Khan has denied all media reports that he is revisiting his decision of retiring from international cricket after the ongoing series against West Indies.
The 39-year old cleared the air with a video uploaded on his Twitter account, where he said, “A lot of things are being said regarding my retirement from Test cricket… that perhaps Younis Khan wants to continue playing cricket, there is no truth in it.”
Pakistan’s former captain also told that he has decided to quit Test cricket with his own wish, honour and plan.
“I have retired by my own wishes, with honour, in the right manner and according to a plan,” Khan said.
Younis Khan told that his answers to an Australian news agency have been twisted and made controversial.
“Even if Younis Khan scores a century in each inning of each match against West Indies, he will still retire from Test cricket.” he emphasized that his decision of retirement is final.
He further told that even if he was reconsidering his decision, there is nothing wrong in it as he has represented Pakistan not the arch-rivals India.
“If there was anything like that in my mind, I am a Pakistani, I have represented Pakistan not India that it carved into such a big controversy,” he said.
“For GOD sake do not doubt on Younis Khan’s credibility,” he went on to say.
The legendary batsmen asked his fans to support Pakistan team on this important tour, “Support Pakistan team, pray for Younis Khan that we win a Test series in the West Indies after a long time.”