2019 World Cup: Shoaib Malik announces his retirement from ODI

NEW DELHI: Pakistani veteran Shoaib Malik He announced his retirement from a day of international cricket on Friday shortly after Pakistan finished its 2019 World Cup campaign at Lord's in London.

Pakistan did not qualify for the semis, even after beating Bangladesh for 94 runs in their last league game.

Shortly after the end of the game, Malik announced his retirement, sharing the news on social networks.

Today I withdraw from An international day Cricket. Many thanks to all the players I have played with, coaches I have trained, family members, friends, media and sponsors. The most important thing is my fans, I love them all, wrote Malik in his tweet.

The official Twitter handle of Cricket World Cup He also shared a video of Pakistani players giving the veteran batter an honor guard.

The 37-year-old played his last ODI against India in Manchester, which Pakistan lost by 89 runs (DLS).

Malik played 287 ODI where he scored 7,534 runs at an average of 34.55, along with nine centuries and 44 half centuries. He also took 158 windows with the best figures of 4/19.

Cricket mates went on social media to wish him luck for the future.