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Younis Khan not in mood of getting retirement from cricket


The legendary batsman Younis Khan who doesn’t hold some good relations with Pakistan’s cricketing body, Pakistan Cricket Board is not in mood of getting retirement from any of the available cricketing format.


Despite several advises, right-handed senior batsman is not in mood to quit from cricket and is all set for upcoming series with England in UAE.

The man from Mardan is just inches away to become the highest run scorer in Test cricket and is even not arrogant or bragging about it.

He requires 19 more runs to surpass Inzamam-ul-Haq and Javed Miandad but what he thinks about it, is something that makes him truly a legend.


Younis: “To emulate Javed Bhai will be the ultimate thing for me, a huge honour. He [Miandad] remains the greatest batsman ever in my view and simply surpassing him will not in anyway put me ahead of the legendary player,” he’s pragmatic to get the scores on the board as in previous match he took few risks which resulted as lost of his wicket.

According to the sources, Younis khan also met former Pakistani Test cricketer, Little Master Hanif Mohammad, at the moment Younis also told that he meets the legendary batsman before every important series and gets some useful tips from him.

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