Younis calls curtains on ODI career

Younis calls curtains on ODI career

Submitted by Subeditor on Wed, 2015-11-11 17:30 Abu Dhabi, Nov. 11: Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan has announced that he will retire from the one-day international cricket after the opening match against England at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. The 37-year-old veteran batsman, who played 264 matches in his 15-year-long career, has scored 7240 till now including seven hundreds and 48 fifties. He is also the sixth highest run-getters for Pakistan in ODIs. Younis said that he was fortunate to have taken the decision of retirement by his own will from ODI cricket after having retired from T20 cricket already, ESPNcricinfo reported. The Pakistan stalwart had overtaken Javed Miandad as the highest run-scorer for his nation in Tests last month. (ANI)