KARACHI (Agencies) - Enigmatic fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is unlikely to play any further role for Pakistan in the ongoing World Cup. Shoaib, 35, announced on Thursday that he will retire after the tournament. The bowler seems to have lost favour with the team management, including skipper Shahid Afridi, after conceding 28 runs in a single over in a league match against New Zealand and, according to sources, is unlikely to feature in Wednesdays quarterfinal against the West Indies. Shoaib basically has lost favour of the captain, coach and some of the other players after the game against New Zealand, a well-informed source said. Some of the players are not happy with the way he reacted after the New Zealand innings in Pallekele and behaved with wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal, the source added. After the New Zealand innings, Shoaib had a heated argument with Kamran over the dropped catches, leading to a tense atmosphere in the dressing room.