Spin Bowler Saeed Ajmal rejects PCB’s farewell offer
Star bowler Saeed Ajmal on Tuesday has declined the offer of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to play goodbye match.
"I have no expectation to stop one-day or Twenty20 cricket right now," the 38-year-old spinner told Dawn on Tuesday. "I have worked truly difficult to arrange a rebound and my execution in the National T20 Cup mirrors that."
Saeed Ajmal said that he has not chose about taking retirement yet. Pakistan group require great off-spinner like him to enhance the positioning as Saeed Ajmal had taken 20 wickets in T20.
PCB official board of trustees director Najam Sethi on Saturday tweeted from England, where he is on furlough, that Shahid Afridi alongside Ajmal will be given fitting send-offs in a philanthropy match.
Pakistan boss selector Inzamamul Haq trusts that the previous T20I skipper Shahid Afridi should be given a goodbye match in the wake of serving the nation for just about two decades.
Ajmal was the most noteworthy wicket-taker in the national rivalry, where he took 20 wickets in nine matches at an economy of 6.28. He arrived at the midpoint of 11 amid the competition, giving without end 220 keeps running in 35 overs that he rocked the bowling alley all through.
Inzamam, who spoke to Pakistan in 120 Tests and 378 ODIs, where he scored more than 20,000 keeps running for the nation, went ahead to further say that it will require some investment to place things all together in Pakistan cricket.
The Faisalabad-conceived spinner, who aced the craft of doosra, said the national selectors had requested that he take a shot at his wellness and execution in the local circuit.
Pakistan veteran off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has said that nobody from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has reached him with respect to goodbye match of any kind.
In the interim, Afridi's fantasy of being agreed an agile retirement from worldwide cricket, as well, has been suddenly put on a backburner, after he was disregarded for the 15-part Pakistan squad for West Indies Twenty20s, beginning from September 23.