One of the only two cricketers from the 1990s currently playing, Shoaib Malik has failed to justify his inclusion in the squad for the World Cup. He is most likely never to play again for Pakistan After the Cricket World Cup 2019, many players are expected to hang their boots. Among them are MS Dhoni, Lasith Malinga, Chris Gayle, Ross Taylor, Dale Steyn and Hashim Amla. Pakistan former captain Shoaib Malik has also announced that this World Cup will be his last ODI tournament, but he will continue to play T20Is and professional leagues. Malik is one of the only two cricketers currently playing who started their careers in ‘90s. The other is West Indies’ Chris Gayle. Malik has played three matches in the ongoing World Cup: against England, Australia and India, and managed 8, 0 and 0, respectively. Malik said last year: “We have won two big events: the World T20 in 2009 and the Champions Trophy in 2017. The only major title that I have not won in my career is the 50-overs World Cup.” Despite his poor form in recent years, the team management was confident that Malik with his vast experience would be handy for the team, but he has failed to live up to the expectations. Malik made h...