Veteran wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal Tuesday confirmed his retirement from all types of cricket.
In a press convention within the port metropolis, Akmal mentioned he’s now centered on new roles within the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
“Obviously, I will not be playing cricket anymore due to new roles in PCB,” responded Kamran who was added to the nationwide males’s choice committee alongside Yasir Hameed and Mohammad Sami with Haroon Rashid as chairman.
“I will be playing small leagues but that too depends on my responsibilities in a new role given to me by PCB,” he added.
Kamran additionally refused guilty anybody behind him for being sidelined from cricket.
The fitting-hander, who’s an all-time second-highest run-scorer in Pakistan Super League (PSL) with 1,972 runs in 74 innings, went unpicked within the eighth version’s gamers’ draft.
He’s at the moment working as a batting mentor with Peshawar Zalmi for per week.
The batter represented Pakistan in 53 Assessments, 157 ODIs, and 58 T20Is and final performed a world match again in 2017 in West Indies.
Earlier, Umar Akmal was looking forward to his brother Kamran’s profitable run as nationwide males’s staff selector.