Batsman Pakistan Younis Khan has expressed a burning dream to revive a limited-overs career that has quieted down since March 2013.
Khan has not been mentioned in the ODI squad for last year’s six-wicket defeat to South Africa in Benoni, which concluded a poor stretch of flesh.
“A player like me, who has played 14 to 15 years of top cricket and played all sorts of cricket, his career shouldn’t be ended like being classified as only a Test player.”
The veteran 36-year-old is a key member of the Test unit, having racked up almost 7,500 runs in 89 matches since February 2000’s debut.
In August, The veteran 36-year-old is a key member of the Test unit, having scored almost 7,500 runs in 89 matches since February 2000’s debut. He, too, is expected to be named in the squad for the two-match series against Sri Lanka – in Galle and Colombo.
It’s all about time and hunger for the game I am about in the 14th year of my career and it’s very hard to keep your top performance playing at top floor. Later than all, we are human and we can’t maintain the much needed consistency, and sometime you lose interest,” he ended.