All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has announced retirement from international cricket after T20 World Cup.
Mohammad Hafeez said addressed a press conference in Lahore. He said that he will retire after the T20 world cup.
Mohammad Hafeez said, “My personal aim is to play in the side based on my merit and fitness till the T20 World Cup and retire after that,” “Playing the colors of Pakistan has been a great honor for me.”
He said about his retirement that he wants to leave in an honorable manner.
He also said about his selection in the national T20 team that he was not present during the discussion on his selection. He is happy to represent Pakistan in Lahore.
He has shown his opinion regarding the team that no series has been played in the home ground for a long time. He hopes that the team will come at the winning track.
Apart from that, Mohammad Hafeez has also welcomed the Bangladesh cricket team, he said that the arrival of the Bangladesh team is a good thing.
Furthermore, the all-rounder also said that he will try to maintain his performance and fitness better. He tries to play with a positive approach.
While talking on balling action, he said that he will miss his balling. He will appear again in the balling test.
Above all, Mohammad Hafeez appreciated the captain Babar Azam and announced to keep supporting him.