ADELAIDE: As Pakistan are eliminated from the Word Cup 2015, the great One Day International (ODI) career of skipper Misbah-ul-Haq came to an end.
Misbah-ul-Haq who made his ODI debut in 2002. In the beginning stage of his career he was in or out from the side but latter in 2008 he made a comeback in and become the skipper of the side and ended his career as the skipper of the side.
In his last seven matches during world cup he scored 350 runs at an average of 50 runs per inning. He scored 34 runs in his last innings against Australia.
He ended his ODI career without scoring century. He scored 5122 runs in 162 matches at an impressive average of 43.40 runs per innings. Misbah scored 42 half centuries as well.
As a skipper he led the side in 87 matches and won 45 while lost 39.
Fans of cricket may not like him but cricket expert call his with the title of “Mr Perfect” and Most Consistent Player.