Don’t count me out yet, 31-year-old Pakistan player plotting international return says

Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan said don't count me out just yet as he is still determined to make his international comeback

Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan: “I’m trying my best”

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Junaid Khan has said that people should not count him out just yet as he is still plotting his international comeback.

The left-arm seamer has been working hard to try and get back on the national selectors’ radar, but hasn’t represented Pakistan since May 2019.

While the 31-year-old knows that Pakistan have a lot of talented pace bowlers who are much younger than him, he is still determined to prove that he belongs in the national team.

“I’m trying my best,” he said on Twitter.

Junaid has taken 71 wickets in 22 Tests at an average of 31.73.

He has also featured in 76 ODIs and claimed 110 wickets at an average of 29.23.

As for his T20 International career, he has picked up eight wickets in nine matches at an average of 29.50.

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