Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq might retire soon.
The senior batsman said he was mulling retirement after his team's shocking loss to Australia in the second Test in Melbourne.
Pakistan, who appeared safe from defeat after amassing 443 for nine declared in their first innings, crashed to an innings and 18-run defeat to the Australians on the final day at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Misbah's tactics and fielding strategy were questioned during the Boxing Day Test and he scored just 11 and a duck in his two trips to the crease.
The 42-year-old said he would decide in the coming days whether to call time on his career and indicated he was no guarantee to play the third Test, starting in Sydney on Tuesday.