Pakistan’s most successful Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq has said that he was thinking about retirement and wanted his last shift to be a forgotten one for the national side. (Misbah-ul-Haq Plans to Retire After Possible India Series)
Misbah-ul-Haq are thinking about the right time to retire, but he made up his mind yet Hakmisbah-ul-Haq said after the series against England will review it all, “the 41-year-old in the spot-fixing scandal in England, after which since late 2010 has led to Pakistan.
Misbah He won his most memorable and impressive performance is achieved where from Oct 13 against England in the United Arab Emirates in a tough three-Test series Pakistan will lead.
Misbah ul Haq against Australia in the UAE equaled the world record for the fastest Test hundred.Misbah ul Haq to go out on a high note Hankinka last Test innings for Pakistan that it would like to ensure a memorable one.
Earlier in an interview on a television channel, Misbah informed he might accept the challenge of leading Pakistan on the tour of England next summer.
He said his focus was right now on the coming series in the UAE but he remained fit and in form and if he continued doing well and the team featured well the tour to England was not far off and was a big challenge as a captain and batsman.
Misbah said on Friday that England would not find the situation, in UAE easy but admitted that his team would feel the absence of champion offspinner Saeed Ajmal, who took around 23 wickets the last time Pakistan routed England 3-0 in the UAE in 2012.
Saeed’s absence will be felt, but the good thing is that Yasir Shah and Zulfiqar Babar, who bowled brilliantly against Australia and New Zealand and we are hoping for a similar performance from them against England.Misbah said that Pakistan just needed to focus on its own featured instead of worrying about England’s strengths and weaknesses.
“We just have to play the same way we have done in currently series against Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka. We are going to play and think positively,” he added.