Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has said he will settle on a choice about his worldwide retirement around the T20 World Cup scheduled to be played in Australia this year.
“The World Cup is still far away and I think right now my attention is on the Pakistan Super League and coming counterparts for Pakistan. At the point when I draw nearer to the World Cup I will perceive what to do,” Malik told columnists on Friday.
“I should see my wellness and position in the national side nearer to the World Cup and afterward I will take a choice on conclusive retirement,” he included.
The previous Pakistan captain had resigned from ODIs after a year ago’s World Cup in England. After three games at the World Cup in which he scored 8, 0 and 0, he was dropped from the group.
Be that as it may, as of late he was required the three-coordinate T20I arrangement against Bangladesh. In the first T20I, he even scored an unbeaten 50 and gave no indications of corrosion.
The 38-year-old, who has played 35 Tests, 287 ODIs and 113 T20Is for Pakistan, is presently concentrating on making the majority of the each open door accessible.