Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir. (Photo: AP Photos)

Former Pakistan speedster Mohammad Amir has opened up on coming out of retirement from cricket and has said that it would be unfair if he comes out of retirement and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has got no plans for him.

Amir retired from Test cricket in 2019 to focus on the One Day Internationals and T20 Internationals format of the game and he was expected to continue in white-ball cricket. However, after alleged mental torture and being frustrated with the management the pacer decide to say goodbye to Pakistan cricket and announced his international retirement.

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However, Amir was very vocal about making a return in international cricket if there are changes in Pakistan management.

Notably, Pakistan cricket underwent big changes just ahead of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021 as head coach, Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach, Waqar Younis resigned from their roles. Also, Ramiz Raja was appointed as the new president after the resignation of Wasim Khan.

I Was In Contact With Wasim Khan – Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir (Image Credit: Twitter)

Meanwhile, Mohammad Amir since his retirement has been playing franchise cricket and he was questioned about making a comeback in Pakistan cricket to which he replied that he was in contact with former PCB CEO, Wasim Khan and he is yet to have talks with the new management of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Mohammad Amir during a press conference said :

I was in contact with Wasim Khan. There is new management and chairman at PCB. I have not spoken to any of them. You have to keep your self-respect and if I say I will come out of retirement and the board has no plans for me to return, then it would not be fair. So, at this point, I am focused on T10 and other cricket leagues.”

If I Say I Will Come Out Of Retirement And The PCB Has No Plans For Me To Return, Then It Would Not Be Fair – Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir. (Credits: Twitter)

Amir has played 36 Tests, 61 One Day Internationals and 50 T20 Internationals for Pakistan National Cricket Team and was able to scalp 119, 81 and 59 wickets.

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