Wasn’t removed as ODI captain, Pakistan player who averages 36.90 in the format says

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali said he wasn't removed as ODI captain

Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali: “First of all, I wasn’t removed. Secondly, I don’t regret giving up Test vice-captaincy because at that moment it was a wise decision”

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Pakistan batsman Azhar Ali has made it clear that he wasn’t removed as ODI captain.

Azhar, who averages 36.90 in the 50-over format, quit from the leadership role in February 2017 in the midst of mounting pressure and was succeeded by Sarfaraz Ahmed.

The 36-year-old also pointed out that he decided to give up the Test vice-captaincy since it was “a wise decision” at that time.

“First of all, I wasn’t removed. Secondly, I don’t regret giving up Test vice-captaincy because at that moment it was a wise decision,” he said during a question and answer session with fans on Twitter.

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