Mohammad Amir Retires from International Cricket
Mohammad Amir retires from international cricket. This star pacer will no longer be seen for the national team. The Pakistani left-arm pacer has hinted at this, though he has not said anything officially.
Pakistan is currently on a tour of New Zealand. Amir did not have a place. And he is very disappointed. He seems to be being mentally abused. So he is not willing to play under the current team management of Pakistan. Outraged and frustrated, the Pakistani media is saying that he will officially bid farewell to international cricket in a few days.
“I don’t want to play under this management anymore,” Aamir told a Pakistani television station. They hurt me emotionally. I can’t fight with the current situation anymore. ‘
However, Aamir’s anger with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) began when he retired from Test cricket. Board chief, head coach, and selector Misbah-ul-Haq have repeatedly expressed his displeasure. Not even in the central agreement. Besides, many former star cricketers could not accept Aamir’s retirement at just 26 years of age. This time he is going to decide to retire from international cricket.
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir is retiring from international cricket. Although he has not officially announced anything yet, several major Pakistani media outlets have reported that Aamir is retiring. The official announcement will come in a few days.
Mohammad Amir was in big discussions several times. Recently, the Pakistan Cricket Board did not consider Aamir as a national team. Aamir did not get a place in the huge 35-man squad for the New Zealand tour. Amir repeatedly expressed his displeasure over these issues. This time he is going to decide to retire from international cricket due to this anger.
Mohammad Amir’s international career is quite dramatic. He made his debut for Pakistan in 2009 at the age of 18. He was very successful in Pakistan. But he went to England and fixed the match. After being banned for a long time, he returned to cricket and did well there. But in recent times, the relationship between Aamir and Pakistani selectors is not going well at all.
Aamir expressed his frustration on social media after not getting a place in the team for the New Zealand tour. Muhammad Amir was also disappointed for not being selected for the New Zealand Tour 2020. He also recently took to Twitter to criticize the lack of knowledge of head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Walker Yunus.
The Pakistani fast bowler has taken 119 wickets in 36 Tests. He has had many ups and downs in his career since making his debut against Sri Lanka in 2009. Besides taking 71 wickets in 61 ODIs, the left-arm fast bowler has also taken 59 wickets in 50 T20 matches.
In a video message given to local media in Pakistan, the arrogant Aamir brought out different aspects.
Aamir said, ‘People talk about my age and retirement (in Tests). They don’t understand that I haven’t played international cricket for 5 years (due to the ban). If you don’t drive your car for a week, you won’t be able to drive at the same speed as before without changing the oil, ’Amir said.
‘Management (Pakistan) was always putting me in tension, giving me mental turmoil. They say they are spending a lot on me. They don’t understand that I was out of cricket for 5 years, I went to jail. Only Mr. Sethi and Mr. Shahid Afridi relied on me after my release from jail. I am eternally grateful to these two. Others did not want to play with me.
‘Who doesn’t want to play for their country. I definitely want to play for my country. People say I just want to play in the league. I’m in form from the league. After playing well in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), I got a place in the team. I was trying my best for Pakistan to be white.
‘But for 1,2 months the management was talking harshly about me. I did not get a chance to play independently. I felt like I was in jail. They say I have no plans for their future. With all this in mind, I decided. In a day or two, I will go to Pakistan and spend time with my family. Then I will tell you the details (in the context of retirement). I will inform you with a press release. ‘
Earlier, when he retired from Test cricket in 2019, Aamir told Cricket Pakistan, “I was forced to make this decision to reduce the hassle of many matches. I was suffering from fitness problems. Our physiotherapist Cliff Deacon says I need treatment first. He told me about the 2016 England tour. If I play all kinds of cricket, I will have to retire from international cricket soon. ‘
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