Pakistan Batsman Younis Khan remains firm about his intent to retire from International Cricket at the end of the ongoing three-test series against West Indies.

In a clarification of a previous statement which left open the possibility that he could extend his career if his team needs him, Younis said that he will retire even if he scores “a hundred in every innings of every match against West Indies”.

Younis’ statement around the possibility of reconsidering his retirement raised a number of eyebrows in Pakistan, only two weeks ago he had announced his decision to end his career.

Younis Khan said in a video message that a lot has been said about his retirement from Cricket that maybe Younis wants to keep on playing test Cricket which is absolutely not true.

He added that he had announced his Retirement with a plan, with honour after thinking and according to his wish.

Pakistan is standing at second place in their pool with nine points. They won three matches while lost one match.