Misbah measures alternatives in the wake of disillusioning Pakistan overcome at Melbourne

Addressing the press after the match, Misbah said he would need to consider his future and settle on a choice “rapidly”.

The captain was asked whether he thought the end is seeking him. He answered, “I generally trust that on the off chance that I can’t contribute anything to the group then there’s no reason for remaining there.”

“This is the point where I simply need to consider that, even before the following amusement and after the arrangement. In the following couple of days, I will consider that and choose what to do in light of the fact that there is no reason for simply staying nearby and doing nothing.”

“For myself, I need to choose what the circumstance is. I’ve never thought I’d keep playing as a weakling on the group… On the off chance that I can contribute something to the group, then it’s fine. Something else, it’s ideal to play another person in the event that I can’t contribute as a batsman.”

In November, Misbah left a mark on the world by turning into the primary Pakistani to play 50 coordinates as Test commander amid a Test arrangement against New Zealand.

The 42-year-old was named Test skipper after the ICC banned then-commander Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Amir taking after a spot-settling outrage in England in 2010.

Misbah broadly blogged about being offered captaincy amid a mystery meeting in a representative’s office at the Pakistan Cricket Board base camp in Lahore in the outcome of the embarrassment.

In this way he captained the group against South Africa in 2011 and has turned out to be one of Pakistan’s best skippers since, with 24 wins, 14 misfortunes and 11 draws added to his repertoire.

Under Misbah’s captaincy, Pakistan accomplished the main Test positioning surprisingly since the present rankings framework was presented in 2003.

Recently, Misbah turned into the most established Test centurion in 82 years at the ‘home of cricket’ Lords when he achieved three figures amid a four-Test arrangement against England.

Misbah likewise eradicated a 49-year-old Pakistan record at Lord’s by enhancing 76 made by Asif Iqbal in his lady Test thump, while batting at No 9 in 1967.

He has hit more hundreds of years as chief for Pakistan, with 10 centuries, and 36 half hundreds of years clinched, surpassing current director of selectors Inzamam-ul-Haq’s seven centuries, and Imran Khan and Javed Miandad’s records, each of whom have five centuries each.

Surprisingly, nobody in the long history of Test match cricket has overseen a larger number of hundreds of years than Misbah past the age of 40.

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