'Apologetic' Afridi says no plans to retire following 'horrific' T20 WC outing
Karachi: Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi has apologized over his bad performance in the recent World Cup Twenty20 championship, for which he has been panned by cricketing gurus.
Afridi apologised to the nation for his bad performance and vowed to try his best in the next matches, and added that he has no plans of retiring from international cricket as of now, reports The Nation. Earlier, former Pakistan captain Moin Khan had advised all-rounder Afridi to take a break from the game. Moin said that he did not agree with suggestions that it was time for the flamboyant all-rounder to call it a day from international cricket. "I don``t think he should retire. I sincerely believe he can still serve Pakistan cricket for a few more years.
All he needs to do now is take a break from the game, spend some time with his family and come back before the India tour fresh and confident," Moin had said.