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Legendary Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq said the “truth will be intolerable” if he were to write a book.
He noted that he doesn’t plan to write an autobiography about his illustrious career, but made it clear that everything he would reveal if he were to write it would be true.
“I don’t have any mood to write a book. I believe you have to write all the facts in a book. If I write a book, all the truth will come out and that truth will be intolerable,” he said on ARY News’ program Bouncer.
Razzaq represented Pakistan in 46 Tests, where he scored 1,946 runs, which included three centuries and seven fifties, at an average of 28.61. He also took 100 wickets at an average of 36.94.
He also scored 5,080 runs in 265 ODIs at an average of 29.70, which included three hundreds and 23 half-centuries, and claimed 269 wickets at an average of 31.83.
As for his T20 International career, he amassed 393 runs in 32 matches at an average of 20.68. He also picked up 20 wickets at an average of 19.75.