Muhammad Amir announces retirement from international cricket

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Muhammad Amir announces retirement from international cricket
Muhammad Amir announces retirement from international cricket
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National cricket team fast bowler and player Mohammad Amir have confirmed his retirement from international cricket, saying that he has decided to say goodbye to international cricket.

Mohammad Amir said that he has decided not to play international cricket at the moment. He will share the details when he arrives in Lahore on Friday. He had just reached Karachi after playing in the Sri Lankan Premier League.

In his statement, Mohammad Amir said that he did not want to quit cricket but in the current environment of the national cricket team management, it is not possible to continue international cricket with this management.

Mohammad Amir said that he suffered a lot of mental anguish during his distance from cricket from 2010 to 2015, now he has no more courage, he was sentenced to 5 years ban, despite it is repeatedly said that the PCB Have mercy on me.

“I acknowledge the role of former PCB chairman Najam Sethi and Shahid Afridi in my come back because they were the two people who sided with him,” other than that other players of the National team Don’t want to play with me.

Pacer Mohammad Amir also said that I made a personal decision regarding Test cricket, it was also wrongly made the subject of discussion, everyone wants to play for the country, he started with BPL, even if he wanted to. He used to play only in leagues, even now Test cricket is being played every month.

He said that when he reached Lahore on Friday, he would share more details in this regard with his loved ones.

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