Pakistan cricket team’s former skipper, Shoaib Mailk talks about his plans to retire. The veteran batsman announced that he has no plans to retire before the 2020 World Cup Series.

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“If my form does not desert me and If I can maintain my current fitness standards, I will call it a day after playing in the 50-over World Cup and then the World T20,” -Shoaib Malik

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While talking, he also shared that he has the wish to be the 1st Pakistani to win all 3 ICC events on big platforms.

“My ambition is to become the first Pakistani player to have featured in teams that have won three ICC events,”

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“Everything will depend on how much I can continue contributing to the team as a senior player. I myself would not like to remain part of the national team if I feel I am becoming a burden. I will retire. But right now after winning the Champions Trophy I am very optimistic we can win the next World Cup in England,”

Malik had also shared that winning the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy has been one of his career highlights, a moment no one will be able to forget.

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“But winning the Champions Trophy is certainly one of the most memorable moments of my career. I am fortunate to have also been part of the team that won the World T20 in 2009 in England.”

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