Monday, 10 April 2017

The Man Of Crises Younis Khan Announces Retirement

The man of crises Younis Khan after one day and T20 announces retirement from test cricket. The test series against West Indies will be the last series for younis khan of his incredible career. He announced the retirement in a press conference in Karachi.

The man of crises has played 115 test matches and scored 9977 runs including 34 centuries and 32 half centuries. In test cricket he has also got 9 wickets.

Younis Khan only 23 runs away from 10000 runs he may achieve this mile stone during the test series against West Indies. He is going to be the 13th player in the history of test cricket to score 10000 runs.

Younis Khan played 265 one day matches and scored 7249 including 7 centuries 48 half centuries. He also played 25 T20 matches and scored 442 including 2 half centuries.

The experienced Younis Khan is the only player in the history of test cricket to score centuries in all eleven countries where the test cricket is played. Those countries are Pakistan, India, West Indies, 
Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, England, U.A.E, Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.

In January 2017 Younis Khan scored 34th test hundred during the test series against Australia. He has got the record of scoring century against all test playing nations as well.

After winning the T20 world cup in 2009 in younis Khan's captaincy he retired from the shorter format. In 2014 during the one day series against England he retired from one day cricket as well.

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