Pakistan wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal on Tuesday introduced his retirement from all types of cricket after being named on the nationwide choice committee.
Kamran informed the media on Tuesday that he had taken retirement with quick impact since he had additionally taken up teaching as a career.
“I don’t think after you come into coaching or become a national selec tor you can focus on playing,” he stated.
Kamran, who appeared in 268 worldwide matches for Pakistan till 2017m was additionally dropped by Pakistan Super League franchise Peshawar Zalmi for the eighth season and as an alternative signed the wicketkeeper to be on its teaching workers.
Kamran, who’s the primary cousin of Pakistan captain Babar Azam, made it clear he had plenty of respect for the latter’s cricketing prowess.
“He is one our nice batters and my job as selector and as coach in Zalmi is to assist him effective tune himself as a captain and as a batsman.
But he has no flaws in his batting this now we have seen over time.” Kamran stated that his youthful brother Umar Akmal must carry out constantly and in addition show his health to be thought of for nationwide choice once more.