Dissappointed Mohammed Hafeez may call curtains on his International career
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Dissappointed Mohammed Hafeez may call curtains on his International career

Mohammad Hafeez, Pakistan
Mohammad Hafeez says he wishes to play for Pakistan with pride.

The experienced campaigner in Pakistan, Mohammed Hafeez isn’t impressed with the Pakistan Cricket Board. The all-rounder has been thrown down to B-Category in central contracts after repeated failures.

The move down in the contract hasn’t serve well with Hafeez. The latest reports on Geo Tv suggests that the former Pakistan’s T20I captain is mulling to call curtains on his career.

Disappointed by Pakistan’s decision:

It is learnt that the drop down in the annual contract list wasn’t did well with the senior player. The all-rounder doesn’t want to proceed with the same contract thus trying to avoid the signing.

Mohammed Hafeez, Pakistan
Mohammed Hafeez (Credits – Samaa.tv)

In order to avoid the contract, the player is trying to bid adieu for the game of cricket. Geo News on Wednesday, reported that the cricketer has expressed strong reservations over the Central Contract for cricketers announced by the PCB.

As per the lines on The News, Geo TV correspondent said that Mohammed Hafeez will not sign the contract. The decision might change if the further talks would be successful in between them.

On the work front:

Recently, after being eligible to resume bowling, Hafeez was picked to hand his services in Zimbabwe. The team management hasn’t given him any chance to represent in any of 5 ODI matches.

Mohammed Hafeez, PCB
Mohammed Hafeez (Credits – pakpassion)

Though Pakistan were in the dominating position throughout the tourney, the management overlooked Hafeez to give chances for youngsters.

However, it would be interesting to see how Hafeez would make the things settle. It seems like the management might are happy to let him go as they got the right guys in their ranks to replace Hafeez.

All in all, the under-treatment by Pakistan Cricket Board might lose one of the best experienced players. Hafeez, last played for Pakistan in the T20I game against Australia in T20I tri-series.

Keeping an eye on the imminent ICC World Cup 2018, the resignation from Hafeez will certainly slim their options in the all-rounder quota.

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