Senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has no plans to retire from the limited overs format after Pakistan endured a disappointing World Cup campaign in the United Kingdom.
Mohammad Hafeez feels that all is not lost for Pakistan are still alive in the tournament if they win their remaining matches. He also denied rumours of a rift in the team.
Mohammad Hafeez has been also criticised for his strike rate, perhaps not as much as Shoaib Malik, but he has had his share of criticism.
The problem facing the senior player is that the national team head coach Mickey Arthur has set April 14 as the deadline for the players to undergo their final fitness tests before considering for World Cup selection.
Mohammad Hafeez made his Test debut in 2003 against Bangladesh and since then has appeared in 54 matches, besides playing in 203 ODIs and 89 T20 Internationals.
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