LAHORE: Pakistan’s test cricketer Mohammad Yousuf on Tuesday announced his retirement from all forms of the game.
He said that he will now focus on coaching, adding he has announced his retirement to give young players a chance.
Yousuf had previously announced his retirement on couple of occasions but later he withdrew his decision.
Presently, Yousuf was also not playing any first class cricket. He played his last test match against Australia in 2010.
Yousuf has played 90 test matches in which he scored 7,530 runs with 24 centuries and 33 fifties. In ODIs, he scored 9,720 runs in 288 matches with the help of 15 centuries and 64 fifties.