Karachi: Top Pakistani umpire Aleem Dar on Thursday said that he would not retire in the wake his criticism for some poor decisions during the India-England Mumbai Test, saying he has moved on.
Dar said he would retire from the game the day he feels he cannot do his duties as international umpire properly.
"Every umpire has a bad day and can make mistakes. It happens to everyone. But I will step down from the elite panel and retire from umpiring the day I feel I have lost the confidence to supervise a match properly and give decisions," he said.