Amir says he made a big mistake playing in three formats
Muhammad Amir advised youngsters like him not to make mistakes, ‘I made a big mistake when I came back to the national team and playing in three formats. I advise future cricketers not to make this mistake. Everyone should play in one or two formats at the beginning to get an idea of their limits and create a good rhythm. They should play the rest of the format only if they think they can. ‘
Mohammad Amir made his debut for the Pakistan national team in three formats when he was just 16 years old. With great bowling, he only started spreading his name all over the world and then he stepped into the cursed world. He was banned for 5 years the following year for being involved in a spot-fixing scandal. After overcoming the ban, he returned on his own.
Once again, Pakistan team in three formats. However, with the passage of time, he could not give his best in the three formats. He retired from Test cricket last year at the age of 26. After such a scandal, Aamir has been criticized all over Pakistan. However, the left-arm pacer says that it is still a wrong decision to come back from the ban and play in three formats.
The Pakistani fast bowler thinks that if he plays together in all three formats, he is more likely to get injured. With his own example, Aamir added, ‘Fast bowlers need to be more careful. Two years after I decided to play in all formats, I got into trouble. ‘
‘In 2016, I got injured. And that’s why I decided to play limited overs cricket just because it’s white. I am hopeful I will be able to extend my career for another 5 to 6 years.