PCB Confirms Mohammad Amir Retirement from International Cricket
Pakistan cricket team fast bowler Mohammad Amir retires from the international cricket. As Pakistan Cricket Board PCB confirms Mohammad Amir retirement. The young cricketer 28 years old informed the PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan he said that he has no intentions of playing the international cricket. He also said that he should not be considered for the future international cricket matches.
The young Amir told to the media person that there is no understanding between him and management. The coach of Pakistan Cricket Team Waqar Younas always torture me and I am not able to tolerate these activities. Former senior player Shahid Afridi said that, I was shocked when I watch the news about Mohammad Amir Retirement from International cricket.
Former Pakistani captain Inzamam Ul Haq said that the PCB needs to reduce the misunderstanding gap between management and players. He also said that Mohammad Amir is young player and he shown brilliant performances from the last five years.
As Mohammad Amir retired from the test cricket from the last year in July. He said that I am not able to proceed the test format, but I will fully focus on the white bowl cricket. The complete reason of Mohammad Amir Retirement from International Cricket will be come after days when Amir will return to Pakistan.
Mohammad Amir Career Summary:
Recently Mohammad Amir shows the brilliant performances in the Lanka Premier League. He has played 30 Tests, 61 One-Day International (ODI), and 50 T20I in his international career. In which he pick up a total of 259 international wickets. As he played his last matches against England in August this years 2020.
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