New Delhi, Nov.3 (ANI): Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik has announced that he will retire from the Test cricket after the ongoing series against England.
Confirming his retirement, Malik wrote on Twitter, “I have decided to retire from Test Cricket, will post my retirement blog soon. Please remember me in your Duas, love you all & thank you.”
Malik made a comeback to Test cricket after a gap of five years when he played the first test of the three-match series against England in Abu Dhabi.
He returned to his best Test figures of four for 33 in 9.5 overs as England were bowled out for 306 in their first innings of the ongoing third match.
The 33-year-old made his Test debut against Bangladesh in 2001. He played 34 Tests for Pakistan and scored 1860 runs at an average of 35.76. He also claimed 25 wickets at an average 58.40. (ANI)