Left Hand Pak Pacer Mohammad Amir retires from international cricket

Left Hand Pak Pacer Mohammad Amir retires from international cricket

Mohammad Amir
Source: Mohammad Amir Twiter A/c


The Mithila Times, Delhi: Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir announce his retirement from international cricket.

A press release from PCB says that the 28 years old left-handed pace-bowler Mohammad Amir informed Wasim Khan, the Chief Executive of the Pak board, that “he has no desires or intentions of playing international cricket. he should not be able for future international cricket matches.”

Mohammad Amir start her international cricket journey as a age of 17. Mohammad Amir has played 30 Tests, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20Is for his country in his international career. He has picked up a total of 259 international wickets in all format of cricket.

Mohammad Amir has been one of the best left hand fast bowler for Pakistan after Wasim Akaram. He has played important role in many matches won by Pakistan team. He is leading wicket taker in World Cup 2019 England. 

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