Shoaib Malik, Gayle, Stein, Domini, and Imran Tahir will be retired from the one-day format
Shoaib Malik, Chris Gill, Dale Stein, Jennel Domini, and Imran Tahir will be seen in the last action with the end of the World Cup 2019, with the end of 5 strikers’ one day career. Pakistan’s fifth most successful batsman, Shoaib Malik, has wired 156 wickets while switching off the spin bowling, and all the round-viewers who have considered 96 cats are also making the announcement in June last year that the World Cup Only then will represent the country in the T-TT cricket.
Chris Gil, who made 424 runs in 4 innings against England after low back in the West Indies, had announced at the beginning of the year that no one will play for the World Cup after the World Cup.
Despite the rumors of repeatedly during his career, Dale Stein, who was ranked in the world’s fastest and deadly case, had announced in July last year that he would say goodbye to one-day cricket after the World Cup.
Another South African star Jennel Domini, who has 5047 runs pairing despite engines, also keeps the ability to qualify bowling, all-rounder Mega event will play only T-Twenty20 matches. All South Africa’s South Africa Imran Tahir has been hunting 162 from the successful sniper, he had already announced to restrict himself to the T-World after World Cup.