What was Muhammad Amir retirement?

What was Muhammad Amir retirement?

In December 2020, Mohammad Amir had sent shockwaves across the cricket world when he announced his retirement from international cricket. While announcing his retirement, Amir said he was not being treated with respect and was being tortured by the management.

Why did Waqar Younis retire early?

On 4 April 2016, Waqar resigned as Head Coach of the team, just after Shahid Afridi resigned as T20 captain. His reason behind it was the PCB who he said had used him as the “scapegoat” and shown him as a “villain” by leaking the Twenty20 report.

Is Mohammad Amir coming back?

Bangla Tigers fast bowler Mohammad Amir on Thursday opened up on his battle with COVID-19 amid the ongoing Season 5 of Abu Dhabi T10 and revealed that he has returned to bowl at the nets sessions.

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Will Amir play for Pakistan?

While announcing his retirement, Mohammad Amir had said he was not being treated with respect and was being tortured by the management. Former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir has agreed to return to international cricket after Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan visited the 29-year-old at his residence in London.

Has Mohammed Sami retired?

In the 2019–2021 ICC World Test Championship, during the 2020–21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy, Shami suffered a fracture on his arm while batting against Pat Cummins during the 2nd innings of the 1st test. He retired hurt while batting and was ruled out of the whole series.

Where is M Amir now?

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Mohammad Amir/Current teams

Mohammad Amir (Urdu: محمد عامر‎; born 13 April 1992) is a Pakistani cricketer who played for the Pakistan national cricket team between 2009 and 2020. Amir retired from international cricket in December 2020. Although on 14 June 2021, he stated that he is ready to return to the national team.

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