KARACHI, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Pakistan have recalled
former captain and all-rounder Shoaib Malik to the squad for
next month's tour of Zimbabwe, the PCB said on Sunday.
Shoaib's inclusion comes after a Pakistan Cricket Board
(PCB) integrity committee cleared him of any wrong doing last
week after an investigation into his finances.
"Malik still has lots of cricket left in him and it is good
to see him available to play for Pakistan again," head coach
Waqar Younis told Reuters.
Shoaib, 29, who has played 32 tests and 192 one-day
internationals has not represented his country since a nine
wicket loss in the second test against England in Birmingham a
He captained Pakistan from 2007 to early 2009 before he was
sacked after a home series loss to Sri Lanka
Pakistan will play one test, three one-day internationals
and two Twenty20 matches against Zimbabwe.
(Edited by Patrick Johnston; To query or comment on this story
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