KARACHI: Pakistan cricket vice captain, Younus Khan, discarding the offer of captaincy, has expressed his intention to take the retirement from the one-day cricket also after a month or two.
Younus Khan said that his performance in the World Cup was not worthy of his taking over the captaincy. Besides, he has informed the PCB that he was mulling over taking retirement for one-day cricket after one/two months. He said that the test cricket was the real cricket.
Younus Khan told that the PCB offering him captaincy with full authority had said that the new and stable selection committee would also be constituted. However, he said that he has refused to accept this offer, but he was thankful to the PCB for considering him for this coveted position, he added. He said that the way the team failing in the World Cup was welcomed on its return hurt him most.