I could come back for Pakistan T20 team: Younus

Updated: 27 October 2009 11:42 IST

Four months after his retirement from Twenty20 cricket, Pakistan batsman Younus Khan said he would might consider T20 comeback.

Islamabad:

Pakistan batsman Younus Khan said he will consider playing Twenty20 International again.

He says "if my fellow players accept me, I will come back" after having retired from the shortest form of cricket follow Pakistan's victory in the Twenty20 World Cup in June.

Younus recently tried to step down from the captaincy of Pakistan's Test and one-day teams in protest at match-fixing allegations from the Champions Trophy, but he was persuaded to stay on by the Pakistan Cricket Board.

The 31-year-old Younus has played 22 Twenty20 Internationals, scoring 432 runs at an average of 25.41 with a strike rate of 124.85.

Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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