After being appointed to the national selection committee, Pakistani wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal announced his retirement from all forms of cricket on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Kamran told the media that he had decided to retire right away because he had also decided to pursue coaching as a career.
The veteran wicket-keeper of Pakistan said, “I don’t think after you come into coaching or become a national selector you can focus on playing.
Kamran played 268 international matches for Pakistan until 2017 and now he has been dropped by his franchise Peshawar Zalmi from the 8th season of the Pakistan Super League. However, he will be seen doing coaching duties for the team.
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