Younis Khan has also announced His Retirement After West Indies Tour

Younis Khan

Younis Khan has joined Misbah-ul-Haq in resigning from world cricket toward the finish of the tour of West Indies in April and May. He reported his choice in Karachi on Saturday, two days after Misbah did in like manner in Lahore, 17-year Test career came to an end.

“People are calling me and requesting that me not make any declaration to leave but rather right now is a right time or best opportunity,” Younis Khan, 39, said in Karachi. “A period comes in each player’s life when he needs to choose and I generally attempted my best to serve my nation with my head high. No player stays fit, the inspiration never continues as before, so this is the time when Younis should leave the field after the coming test series in West Indies.”

The exit off Younis Khan and Misbah after the three Tests in the Caribbean will cost the Pakistan team more than 190 matches worth of experience. Younis heads into the series 23 runs short of turning into the primary Pakistan batsman to score 10,000 runs. Misbah needs 49 for 5000.

“I generally attempted to be a decent ambassador and serve my nation to step forward,” Younis said. “On the off chance that I’ve at any point committed an error in my career, on the off chance that I’ve overlooked something, or accomplished something incorrectly, please consider me one of your own and forgive me.

It is decided the chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq was sharp for both to resign after the West indies visit, permitting them an appropriate goodbye and a chance for Younis to get to 10,000. Inzamam needs to assemble a more youthful side around another Test captain and felt this was an ideal opportunity to do it.

Younis best inning in his test career:

Younis Khan is the only batsman in history with Test hundreds in 11 countries.

Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur realized that pressure would mount rapidly on Younis and Misbah, particularly if comes about did not go Pakistan’s direction. The circumstance Pakistan needed to maintain a strategic distance from was both leaving in the meantime. Arthur said during Pakistan’s tour to Australia that in a perfect world, he would need them to stun their ways out so that the effect on more youthful batsmen in the side could be all the more precisely oversaw. Younis and Misbah affected the improvement of players like Azhar Ali and Asad Shafiq.

At the point when asked how Pakistan would adapt to him and Misbah leaving in the meantime, Younis communicated certainty that Pakistan would have the capacity to move onward.

Younis Khan Career Stats:

Younis Khan has 115 test matches and scores 9977 runs with 34 centuries at an Avg of 53.06, most by any Pakistani batsmen. 313 is the highest best score in his test career. He also played 265 ODI matches and 25 T20 matches for Pakistan. Pakistan Won his first T20 World cup under his captaincy.

Double Centuries In Test Career:

Player Mat Inns Runs High score Avg 100 50 200s
DG Bradman (Aus) 52 80 6996 334 99.94 29 13 12
KC Sangakkara (SL) 134 233 12400 319 57.4 38 52 11
BC Lara (ICC/WI) 131 232 11953 400* 52.88 34 48 9
WR Hammond (Eng) 85 140 7249 336* 58.45 22 24 7
DPMD Jayawardene (SL) 149 252 11814 374 49.84 34 50 7
MS Atapattu (SL) 90 156 5502 249 39.02 16 17 6
V Sehwag (ICC/India) 104 180 8586 319 49.34 23 32 6
Javed Miandad (Pak) 124 189 8832 280* 52.57 23 43 6
Younis Khan (Pak) 108 193 9456 313 53.72 32 30 6
RT Ponting (Aus) 168 287 13378 257 51.85 41 62 6
SR Tendulkar (India) 200 329 15921 248* 53.78 51 68 6

Innings Per Centuries:

Player Mat Inns 100 50 Inn/100
DG Bradman (Aus) 52 80 29 13 2.76
CL Walcott (WI) 44 74 15 14 4.93
H Sutcliffe (Eng) 54 84 16 23 5.25
ED Weekes (WI) 48 81 15 19 5.40
Younis Khan (Pak) 108 193 32 30 6.03
DA Warner (Aus) 54 98 16 20 6.13
KC Sangakkara (SL) 134 233 38 52 6.13
ML Hayden (Aus) 103 184 30 29 6.13
GS Sobers (WI) 93 160 26 30 6.15
JH Kallis (ICC/SA) 166 280 45 58 6.22

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