Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir. (Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images/Getty Images)

It is speculated that Pakistan’s fast bowler Mohammad Amir is eyeing a British passport. Amir who recently made a shocking announcement of his Test retirement has shown the interest in living in the United Kingdom. Meanwhile, Amir liked a controversial tweet amid his British passport speculation.

A twitter user had written that Amir should first leave the terrorist country. Subsequently, Mohammad Amir went on to like this Tweet. However, Amir later disliked the post. In fact, Mohammad Amir even blocked the Twitter user who had posted the tweet in the first place.

Mohammad Amir Likes A Controversial Tweet Amid British Passport Speculation
Mohammad Amir. Credit: Getty Images

This is interesting.

Meanwhile, Amir had come up with a shocking announcement of his Test retirement. Amir played 36 Test matches and scalped 119 wickets in his Test career. The gun fast bowler is only 27 years of age and he has got a lot of cricket left in him. Thus, it was a surprise that Amir called time on his Test career and he was also criticised by former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar.

“He is clearly planning to obtain a British passport and permanently settle down in England in future. With a spouse visa, he can work freely and enjoy other benefits as a permanent resident of the UK which is why he is planning to also purchase a house in England,” a source quoted as saying by India Today.

Meanwhile, Pakistan’s famous journalist Saj Sadiq went on to put his weight behind Mohammad Amir for the move to get a British passport.

Mohammad Amir. Getty Images

The post read as, “Don’t understand why some are making a big deal of Mohammad Amir applying for a British passport. He’s entitled to apply for it and it doesn’t mean that he will stop playing for Pakistan #Cricket”.

On the other hand, Mohammad Amir had liked a controversial tweet which said that Amir should leave the terrorist country.


Gautam Chauhan

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