"But I have not given up hope of playing again for Pakistan. I have atleast two years of international cricket left in me and I am sure my time will come again," he said.
Razzaq, 33, said that in his view Misbah played too defensively and this approach brought lot of pressure on the other batsmen.
"He is batting slowly and playing too many dot balls and that adds to the pressure on the batsman playing with him or those coming in. If a captain bats defensively and doesn't lead the charge than it demoralises the environment in the dressing room," Razzaq said.
The all-rounder, who has played 46 tests, 265 ODIs and 30 T20 games said that the present Pakistan team cannot be consistent as its approach was very timid.
"I am not demeaning any player but nowadays players need to be more aggressive and try to play positively. If we change our approach and try to play with an open mind and heart I am sure this team can do much better," Razzaq added.


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