Pakistani star All-rounder vastly experienced Shahid Afridi is bit worried about his performance in last tour of Srilanka where he did not perform well accordingly.
Afridi, 32, managed just 28 runs in four innings and his three wickets were taken at an expensive average of 48.66 as Pakistan slumped to a 3-1 defeat with one match abandoned due to rain in the series, which ended on Monday.
“Our performance was not as such as we were expecting,” said Afridi. “Now I want to consult my elders and then decide on my one-day future. I will have to sincerely review where I stand as far as my performance is concerned.”
He has played 347 one day internationals for Pakistan, scoring 7,068 runs and taking 347 wickets.
But he managed just three wickets in Pakistan’s 4-1 defeat against England in February this year.
He said Pakistan needs to build a strong team for the 2015 World Cup, to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
“I will make a decision soon but I have yet to decide on retirement. I will continue playing Twenty20 cricket if I leave one-day. I want to leave the stage for youngsters so that Pakistan can have a good team by 2015,” said Afridi, who retired from Test cricket in 2010.