Younis Khan announced his retirement from one day cricket during the ongoing tour of England.
Fans had gathered at Karachi’s Jinnah Airport to welcome the cricketer on return to Pakistan.
Younis Khan returns home after several Test records and ODI retirement, received heroic welcome at Karachi Airport. pic.twitter.com/sAeJVIk9cm
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) November 14, 2015
In the 50 over format, Younis Khan scored 7,249 runs in 265 matches with an average of 31.34.
He also became the first Pakistani batsman to score 9,000 runs in test cricket.
He also batted with Pakistani greats Muhammad Yousaf and Inzamam-ul-Haq before they retired from international cricket.