Pakistan quick bowler Mohammad Amir has stated he takes an indefinite break from international cricket due to variations with the present administration.
Pakistan left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir says will retire from international cricket
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Amir stated in a video interview with Pakistani channel Samaa that he could be reaching Pakistan in a number of extra days (from Sri Lanka, the place he has been taking part in the Lanka Premier League) and launch an extra detailed word stating his causes, however, stated that it’s clear to him that he can’t proceed taking part in for beneath the present administration.
“I’ve been tortured,” Amir stated within the video.
‘Can’t play beneath this administration’ Amir takes indefinite break from worldwide cricket
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The left-arm pacer, who arrived onto the scene in a T20I game in opposition to England in June 2009, participated in 147 international fixtures during which he took 259 wickets. He was a part of the Pakistan squad which gained the 2009 World T20I and was additionally a part of the aspect that gained the Champions Trophy title in 2017.
The 28-year-old Amir was introduced as a new acquisition by Pune Devils within the Abu Dhabi T10 League earlier on Thursday.