Pakistan’s pacer Mohammad Amir gives a huge statement on his comeback to the international cricket, targets Misbah-ul-Haq and Co

Pakistan’s pacer Mohammad Amir gives a huge statement on his comeback to the international cricket, targets Misbah-ul-Haq and Co.

Pakistan’s pacer Mohammad Amir targets Misbah-ul-Haq and his fellow mates in the PCB for his unpredicted retirement from the International cricket recently. Amir blames the current PCB management for poor behaviour with the cricketers which led to the several biased decisions inside the team.

Further, Amir said that he would not withdraw his retirement decision until Misbah-ul-Haq and Co is present in the management.

The 28 years old pacer bid his retirement from the international cricket last month alleging PCB for the mental torture. He even said that Pakistan’s current head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis ruined his image.

“I would like to make it crystal clear that, Yes I will be available for international cricket once the current management resigns or leaves. Please stop covering fake news just to sell you article,” Mohammad Amir tweeted after the heat of fake news came up.

Give some space to the players: Mohammad Amir

A couple of days ago, the pacer also talked about the changes PCB needs in its dressing room and the environment.

“Give players some space and freedom. Put an end to this scary environment in the dressing room, these very players will win you matches,” he told the media.

In 2019, Mohammad Amir took retirement from the longest format of cricket to focus more on the White ball cricket. He told that his body is not that strong to take the load of the Test cricket and hence he took that decision. Amir picked 119 wickets in 36 test games in his test career.

Mohammad Amir was earlier banned for five long years under the charges of spot-fixing from 2010 to 2015.

After his retirement from the test format, many former cricketers and PCB management criticised him for his greedy decision. Most of the former Pakistani cricketer targetted Amir by saying, “he keeps money ahead of his country and wants to earn more money by the white-ball cricket.”

Recently, Shahid Afridi also talked about the change in the approach right from the U19 level. Afridi said PCB needed to do what Rahul Dravid is doing for India. Afridi praised Dravid for his sheer determination to shape the young talents of India.

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