Shoaib Akhtar announces to Quit After World Cup 2011

March 17, 2011 9:33 pm0 commentsViews: 9


PAKISTAN paceman Shoaib Akhtar, whose career has been a combination of brilliance and controversy, can quit international cricket once the world Cup.

"Pakistan’s last match during this World Cup will be my last," he said.

"I hope which will be the ultimate on April two."

Akhtar, 35, created up his mind once Pakistan’s 110-run defeat against New Zealand, within which he went for seventy runs in 9 overs.

He is unlikely for Pakistan’s last cluster A match, against Australia tomorrow.

Known as the Rawalpindi specific, his career are remembered for discipline violations and a 2006 doping offence that earned him a two-year ban, lifted on attractiveness.

Meanwhile, 3 Pakistan cricketers accused of spot-fixing in a very take a look at against England last year appeared in a very British court yesterday to face criminal charges.

Former captain Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer face charges of conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to get and settle for corrupt payments. The four men were charged by Scotland Yard last August.

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