All the 18 players of Pakistan hockey have announced to resign from the national team following their lowest ever finish in World Cup, report said. Four-time champion Pakistan slumped to its lowest ever finish at the men's field hockey World Cup on Thursday, finishing last after losing 3-2 to Canada in the playoff for the final two positions in the 12-nation tournament. We all the 18 players have decided in consensus that we are retiring from the hockey accepting the responsibility of the teams poorest ever performance in the game, captain Zeeshan Ashraf told newsmen on telephone from New Delhi. Earlier, Pakistan Hockey Federation had dismissed the complete team management and selection committee following Pakistans poor performance in field hockey World Cup being played in New Delhi, the channel had reported.