Former 29-year-old Pakistani bowler Mohammad Amir has retired from international cricket. At the time of retirement, he told that he was very disappointed with the attitude of PCB.
Former Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir’s career has been full of ups and downs. He was banned after a brilliant start at a young age. He again returned but at the age of 29, Mohammad Aamir announced his retirement. During this time, he also made many serious allegations against the PCB. Aamir is now looking for a return to cricket through other avenues. Since retirement, Aamir has been living in London and if the news is to be believed, he is thinking about taking citizenship there. If this happens, then he can also be seen in IPL.
On Monday, he said that retiring from playing for his beloved country is not an easy step. I thought highly of this decision and talked to people close to me and only then did I come to this decision. ”He said that while playing for the country, he was not getting the respect he deserved. Aamir’s critics said that he preferred franchise leagues instead of playing for his country.
Mohammad Amir wants to play cricket for the next 6-7 years
Mohammad Amir said he wants to play cricket for the next 6-7 years. He said, ‘I’m going to live in England for a long time now. I am enjoying cricket here and want to play for the next 6-7 years. Let’s see how things move forward. He said my children will grow up in England and take education here. In that case, I’ll be here for a long time. There is no doubt about it.’ Aamir added, ‘My children will grow up here so there is no doubt that I am going to live here for a long time here. I haven’t yet wondered what opportunities I get in the times to come and what possibilities come when I get British citizenship in the future.’
Did not give a clear answer on IPL
Pakistani players are not allowed to play in the IPL, so if Aamir gains British citizenship, then he will be considered qualified to play IPL. On the question of playing IPL, he said that I am not thinking about future plans right now. Once I get citizenship here, things will change. Aamir played 61 ODIs and 50 T20 matches apart from 36 Tests for Pakistan. He has taken 81 wickets in ODIs and 59 wickets in T20s. Aamir last played an international match in 2019