Former captain and wicketkeeper-batsman Rashid Latif also spoke on the retirement of former national cricket team captain and all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez. Mohammad Hafeez had recently announced his retirement from international cricket, ending his 18-year international cricket career. The all-rounder, meanwhile, was banned three times for questionable bowling action. Hafeez played his last international match against Australia in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup.
Rashid Latif Statements
Talking to PTV Sports, former captain Rashid Latif said,
“Looking at Hafeez’s press conference, it doesn’t look like he is deciding to retire under any pressure.”
Speaking openly about Hafeez’s retirement from international cricket, Rashid Latif said that the PCB had dismissed the cricketer in a good way.
“Hafeez and the board can take the relationship as a track. You were together but could not meet.
Muhammad Hafeez was part of the winning national team of ICC Champions Trophy 2017. He represented Pakistan in 3 World Cups consisting of 50 overs and 6 World Cups consisting of T20 format. During this time, he also competed in the 3rd ICC Champions Trophy.