Cricketer Mohammad Amir announces premature retirement
Famous Pakistani fast-bowler Mohammad Amir has announced to leave international cricket for indefinite period after expressing concerns against team management.
“I am being mentally tortured,” says M. Amir in a video circulating on social media. M. Amir has named Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis as a reason behind his disappointments with the management.
“I will reach Pakistan within two days and meet my family. I will then release a proper statement telling the actual reason for my decision,” Amir further concludes.
Last year M. Amir announced his retirement from test cricket but assured his fans to take active part in ODI and T20 formats.
M. Amir has represented Pakistan in 36 Test Matches, 61 ODIs & 50 T20Is. From 2010 to 2015 he has also remained banned from playing cricket after getting convicted in a spot-fixing scandal.