Misbah ul Haq, the captain of Pakistan’s test team, has announced his retirement from Test cricket.
While talking to media, Misbah-ul-Haq told that series against West Indies would be his last Test series of his career.
He said, “I would continue to play domestic cricket and decide later when to retire”.
“I want to end my career on a good note.Talking about his experience on the field, he said: “To be number one in the test ranking was the best moment of my career.”
Misbah is famous for being one of the most successful captains in Pakistan’s cricket. He also won the ICC Spirit of the Cricket Award at 2016 ICC Awards.
Talking about his experience on the field, he said: “To be number one in the test ranking was the best time of my career.”
“It was my dream to win the world cup for the country,” he further added.
He also remarked that players should be fully supportive for the captain.
He also told that his decision to take retirement was independent and not under pressure. Yesterday, Chairman PCB Shehreyar Khan had announced that series against West Indies would be the last series of Misbah-ul-Haq’s career as he would retire probably.