Pakistan’s former wicket-keeper batsman Zulqarnain Haider, 34, is reversing the decision of his retirement. He has announced that he is returning back to international cricket, subject to selection by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
Haider said that he will soon hold a press conference to formally announce his decision. He took retirement after the claim that he received threats after the 4th match of the Pakistan vs South Africa ODI series back in 2010.
Cricinfo quoted that the player said that “It was a crucial time for me, so I don’t want to tell these things to my management. If your family was threatened, you would think like me. At that time I had pressure on me and I didn’t want any problems for the Pakistan team or officials.”
Former wicketkeeper shows the intent of making it to the national side once again, with his performance in the domestic circle. He uploaded a video in which he has announced that he is making a come back.