Shoaib Malik, a Pakistani cricket player who competes for Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League and the Pakistan national cricket team, was born on February 1, 1982. From 2007 to 2009, he served as the Pakistani cricket team’s captain. In 1999, he played his first One-Day International against the West Indies, and in 2001, he played his first Test against Bangladesh and now he is announced as the mentor of the Pakistan Junior League.
He announced his retirement from Test cricket on November 3, 2015, in order to concentrate on the 2019 Cricket World Cup. He played 100 T20Is on July 2, 2018, making him the first male cricketer to do so.  He announced his retirement from One Day International cricket on July 5, 2019, following Pakistan’s victory over Bangladesh in their final World Cup group stage match at Lord’s.
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Shoaib Malik has more than 150 ODI wickets under his belt and a mid-30s batting average in both Test and ODI cricket. His bowling motion has drawn criticism, especially his doosra, but he underwent elbow surgery to fix it. In June 2008, Malik was ranked second in the ICC ODI all-rounder rankings, trailing teammate Shahid Afridi. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) suspended Malik from playing in international matches for a year starting in March 2010. The suspension was lifted two months later.
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