Misbah Younis retirement comes after a glorious victory against the West Indies. This win means a lot since it marks the first test series victory by Pakistan against West Indies. The history was in making when Yasir Shah bowled his last bowl.
Misbah Younis Retirement – Last Match Became Historic
Pakistan dominated the last game for a lot of time. However, Chase became a savior for West Indies, trying to save the last match to a possible draw. He made a 100 to rescue West Indies from an embarrassing defeat.
An outside edge at the last day of the test match created some drama, but the third umpire turned down the appeal. West Indies could draw the game. All they needed to do was to play for one more over, and they could have drawn the series.
Yasir Shah bowled his last bowl of the match’s second last over. The batsman tried to carelessly play a delivery going outside and got himself out in the process. And this way Misbah Younis retirement came on a high note, creating history yet again for team Pakistan.
Misbah and Younis Silencing Their Critics
Despite facing criticism, Misbah and Younis always performed for the team. They had to deal with several media trials in the past. The performances of Misbah and Younis were exemplary for other team members to follow.
Here is what others had to say about Misbah Younis retirement.
Ramiz Raja praised the efforts of Misbah and Younis for Pakistan. And he also gave credit to both for many victories for the country in and outside Pakistan. Ramiz Raja labeled Younis Khan as a selfless superstar for the Pakistan cricket team.
Rashid Latif had accolades for the team saying both Misbah and Younis have done wonders for the Pakistani team. He says that he and the entire country will remember their services for Pakistan.
Mohammad Wasim says that Younis is one of the great names in Pakistani cricket. The greatness of Younis Khan is reflected in his statistics and achievements for the country.
Similarly, the world famous commenter Geoffrey Boycott also applauded the services of Misbah and Younis for their country.
On Misbah Younis retirement Dean Jones wants Pakistan Cricket Board to have testimonial matches for the duo against World XI to thank for their services. He congratulated both the players for their brilliant careers.