Younis Khan of Pakistan retires from one-day cricket

Nov 11, 2015 | Cricket, Sports | 0 comments

Pakistan batsman Younis Khan is retiring from the one-day format, following the first ODI against England in Abu Dhabi (Pakstan won the match by six wickets). The 37 year old scored over 7,200 runs – including 7 centuries – in 265 ODI matches since his debut in 2000. Younis is also Pakistan’s leading run-scorer in Tests, with over 9,100 runs to his name. He retired from T20 cricket in 2009, the same year his nation took the World T20 title.
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