Younis Khan announces ODI retirement
Younis Khan’s 15-year-long career includes seven centuries and 48 fifties.
Younis Khan, the 37-year-old Pakistan batsman, has decided to call time on his One-Day International (ODI) career. He will quit after the first ODI against England on Wednesday (November 11) at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.
Younis last played ODIs eight months ago in the World Cup 2015 where he finished with 43 runs and was subsequently dropped. Despite not being part of the Sri Lanka series, the selectors roped him in for the England series, owing to exceptional form in Tests.
Younis, who made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in 2000, has featured in 264 ODIs for Pakistan, scoring 7240 runs at average of 31.34. His 15-year-long career also includes seven centuries and 48 fifties.