Mohammad Yousuf eyeing a return to international cricket – Cricket News Update

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Mohammad Yousuf eyeing a return to international cricket – Cricket News Update
Pakistan’s legendary but discarded batsman,, is geared up to perform well in the upcoming domestic T20 tournament and is hopeful of returning to the national team for the tours of India and South Africa.
The right-handed batsman is considered to be one of the best produced by the country, having scored more than 17 thousand runs at the highest level of the sport, with the help of 39 centuries and  97 fifties.
The 38-year-old cricketer however, has been out of international cricket since 2010, as he returned home from (UAE) before the start of the Test series because of fitness issues. The stylish batsman later failed
to convince the national selectors about his form and fitness.
Having missed the previous domestic season for unknown reasons, the great batsman is all set to return to competitive cricket in the upcoming T20 tournament, where he will be leading the Lahore Lions.
Yousuf is keen to help his team win the tournament and qualify for the next year’s Champions League T20.
“I'm looking forward to do well in the T20 tournament to prove my credentials and lead the Lahore Lions to the best of my abilities. He would try his best to clinch the tournament for Lahore,” he expressed., where the conditions
are heavily in favour of fast bowling.
Yousuf understands that his job is just to perform well in domestic cricket and his return to the global stage will be decided by the selectors.
“My aim is to return to international cricket by proving my form and fitness. I can't say if I'll be selected for the series against or South Africa as it’s up to the selection committee and the Pakistan Cricket Board,” Yousuf
It looks unlikely that the right-hander will be given a chance in the limited-over formats with many young batsmen making their mark in international cricket since the last couple of years.



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