Mohammad Amir announced retirement from international cricket

Sunbd Desk || Published: 2020-12-17 10:24:43 || Updated: 2020-12-17 10:25:45

Pakistan left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from international cricket

He made the announcement on Thursday (December 17th) as a “protest” against the behavior of the country’s cricket board’s team management.

According to the Pakistan fast bowler, he has suffered “mental torture” for the way the senior team management of the national team has behaved. He does not want to play under the current Pakistan team management.

Mohammad Amir has been dropped from the Pakistan team in the limited overs series in New Zealand. At the age of 28, Aamir sees not getting a chance in the team as a ‘warning’ for himself.

“No, I’m not going away from cricket,” Aamir said in a video message published in the tweet account of Pakistani sports journalist Shoaib Jat. If you look at the current environment and the way I have been put aside. I received a warning that I had not been elected. ”

He also spoke about returning to the team after the ban. Although many in the team did not want to play with him, Aamir expressed special gratitude to the two. They are PCB chairman, former chairman Najam Sethi and former all-rounder Shahid Afridi.

Sunbd/NJ/4:24/17.12.2020

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