Younis Khan Announces Retirement from ODI Cricket

Younis Khan Announces Retirement from ODI Cricket
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Pakistan batsman Younis Khan has announced his retirement from One Day International cricket. The first ODI between Pakistan and England at Abu Dhabi will be his last ODI match. Younis Khan made the announcement ahead of the opening ODI of the 5-match series between Pakistan and England.

37 year old Younis Khan has played 264 ODI matches for Pakistan. He has scored 7248 runs, which puts him on #6 in the list of leading Pakistani ODI run scorers. He has scored 48 fifties and 7 centuries during a career that spanned for about 15 years.

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Pakistan Cricket Team gives guard of honor before Younis Khan’s last ODI match

Younis Khan had announced his retirement from T20 international after winning the ICC T20 World Cup for Pakistan in 2009.

Younis Khan is currently the leading run scorer in test matches for Pakistan. Earlier during the test series between Pakistan and England during

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