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    Younas Khan announces his retirement

    The 39-year-old is Pakistan's leading run-scorer in Test cricket, having made 9,977 runs in 115 Tests since his international debut in 2000.

    Younas Khan announces his retirement

    The 39-year-old is Pakistan's leading run-scorer in Test cricket, having made 9,977 runs in 115 Tests since his international debut in 2000.

    He has an average of 53.06, with 34 centuries and a highest score of 313.

    "I will be retiring from international cricket after the West Indies series with my head held high," said Younus.

    "I think this is the right time as every sportsman has to take this decision in his career."

    He previously captained Pakistan in all three formats of the game and led them to their only World Twenty20 title in England in 2009. He also had a spell in county cricket with Yorkshire in 2007.

    Younus' announcement comes two days after Test skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, 42, announced that he will also retire the Windies Test series.

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