Mohammad Hafeez Reveals How He Can End Pakistan’s Problems in ODI Cricket

The veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez announced that he has not withdrawn from the ODI cricket and that he will take part for the national team in the middle class. He said he would be acknowledged in a limited cricket to represent his country, and declared his retirement from Test Cricket only.

Hafeez said that when he thinks his days are over, he will retire from international cricket, and will no longer contribute to the squad. He said that he is in good form and is still fit enough to play for Pakistan in the ODI squad.

"Pakistan's ODI problems, particularly the failure of the middle order, have been talked about. I said goodbye to Test Cricket already. As for white-ball cricket, I can deliver in both formats and I hope I can deliver in both formats. I have always highly esteemed the prestige of the region. I meet all of ODI cricket requirements, i.e. health and shape," says Hafeez.

Hafeez, who belongs to the South African series of the T20I Squad, said that the current series is a difficult series because it is not easy to defeat any team at home, but he is certain that it will achieve a good result.

He says that over the past year Pakistan plays wonderful T20 crickets, and that's the best way to mark its authority on the format.

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