Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has retired from international cricket. He made this decision as he did not have a place in the Pakistan team for the New Zealand tour. Earlier, the 28-year-old pacer had publicly expressed his frustration over being dropped from the team.
“I don’t want to play under this team management anymore,” Aamir told a Pakistani TV channel. They hurt me emotionally. ‘ Mohammad Amir played in the final of the Lankan Premier League on Wednesday (December 16) night. He informed the Pakistani TV channel from Sri Lanka about his decision to retire.
Aamir complained that due to his off-form, head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Yunus had spoken harshly to him. The coach of the team has ridiculed him because of his performance. Aamir decided to retire from Test cricket in 2019. At that time, he got angry with the former Pakistani. Coach Misbah-ul-Haq also harshly criticized. The central contract of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also lost.
Mohammad Amir made his Test debut in 2009 at the age of 17. The combination of speed and swing quickly caught the eye of world cricket. He was then banned for five years for fixing. Aamir played a key role in Pakistan’s winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017 after the ban was lifted.