Younis Khan Wants to End his Career On a High

Source:  Pakistan Herald Published in Sports on Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Younis Khan has said that he has not made any decision to say goodbye to international cricket whether Tests or the ODIs.

The former skipper of Pakistan told that he will play cricket as long as he is fit and will try to give his best always.

Younis Khan has expressed his wish of ending his career on a high, he does not want to retire after being dropped.

Khan wants a recall in the upcoming World Cup squad,although, he has not been picked since March 2013 and has missed out many key series in the time span.

Khan is a permanent member of the test team and he has an impressive record in the tests with 22 centuries and four double tons to his name.

Younis Khan has stated that the summer camp is a tough and the kind of tough training players are having in this camp is worth praising, it will surely benefit the players taking part in it.

It has a good mixture of junior and senior players together doing the training will surely benefit the rookie players.

The always smiling Khan has said that the tour to Sri Lanka is a golden chance for the youngsters to make their mark as the conditions would be similar to Pakistan.

Further, he has appreciated the PM Nawaz Sharif’s visit to India and he is looking forward to the revival of Indo-Pak cricket that will make the relations better between the two countries.



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