Thursday, June 13

Pak pacer Mohammad Amir retires from international cricket

Pakistan’s bowling superstar Mohammad Amir retires from international cricket.

Mohammad Amir has been a pillar for Pakistan cricket in recent times. (Source: The Statesman)

The Ganga Times, Gaya: Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir has reached out to the Pakistan Cricket Board and conveyed them his decision to retire from international cricket.

A media release from PCB says that the left-handed pace-master informed Wasim Khan, the Chief Executive of the Pak board, that “he has no desires or intentions of playing international cricket and as such, he should not be considered for future international matches.”

Mohammad Amir has played 30 Tests, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20Is for his country in his international career. He has picked up a total of 259 international wickets in all format.

Mohammad Amir has been one of the pillars for Pakistan cricket in the recent times. He has won his team many matches single-handedly. It is being speculated that Amir has been unhappy with the current management led by Waqar Yunus and Misbah-ul-Haq.

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