Former Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir decided to opt out of the Abu Dhabi T10 League 2021 edition as he has been affected by Covid-19 and is looking to recover soon. In the last decade, Amir, who has had a big say in Pakistan cricket, decided to announce his retirement from international cricket in 2020 December.
He did return to international cricket in 2021 June, and the 29-year-old will be available for selection in the future. He has played 36 Tests, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20 internationals for the Pakistan side, picking up 259 international wickets across formats and was deemed to play for the franchise Bangla Tigers in Abu Dhabi T10 league until he pulled out.
Mohammad Amir Looking For Speedy Recovery With Prayers
Mohammad Amir took it to Twitter to announce that he won’t be taking part in the Abu Dhabi T10 league this season as he has been affected by Covid-19. However, he added that he is fine and will soon recover with the prayers for him. Amir’s team, Bangla Tigers, has some extraordinary T20 players like Faf du Plessis, James Faulkner, Andre Fletcher, and Hazratullah Zazai.
“Hi everyone, just wanted to say m I am not playing T10 league this year because I got affected with the covid, but now I am fine ALHUMDULILLAH just need prayers for the speedy recovery,” Mohammad Amir tweeted on Twitter.
Pakistan Crashes Out In Semi-Finals
After an excellent run in the T20 World cup 2021, Pakistan had finally lost to Australia in the tournament’s semi-finals, and their unbeaten run came to an end. They were expected to make the finals on the back of their performances in the Super 12 stages, but some poor fielding efforts had cost them the game.
Pakistan will be playing Bangladesh in a three-match T20 international series starting tomorrow.
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