Pakistan cricketer and all-rounder announced his retirement from One-day format after the last match of Pakistan in World Cup 2019. He didn’t appeared in the last match of Pakistan.
The 37-Year old Pakistan’s former captain said that he will be playing T-20 for Pakistan and currently he is focusing on upcoming T-20 World cup. He also admitted that this moment is very emotional for him and his Family to call the end to One-day cricket.
“I’m sad as I’m leaving the format I loved the most but this will allow me to spend more time with my family and concentrate on the Twenty20 World Cup next year,” added Malik
Malik appeared in 287 one-day internationals and scored 7,534 runs with nine hundreds. As an off-spinner he finished with 158 wickets, while he also captained Pakistan in 41 ODIs. He had play for Pakistan for more than 20 Years.