Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir decides to withdraw his international retirement under one condition. Amir claims that if there is a new management in place then he will definitely makes his way back to the Babar Azam led Pakistan International team.

Earlier Pakistan left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from international cricket on 17-12-2020.

Amir decided to Withdraw his retirement

According to the latest developments, the out-of-favor Pakistani cricketer has reportedly volunteered to come out of retirement in order to play for the Babar Azam-led side on the international circuit.

“I will approach the board myself and tell them that I am available if there is a new management in place. I don’t think that the issues with current management will be resolved now because mindset doesn’t change in a day.” Amir was quoted as saying by Samaa TV.

In the meantime, the speedster isn’t happy about the reports around him. He was clear cut in saying that he would be available to play for Pakistan only when the present team management retires. He urged the media houses to stop spreading false news for the sake of publicity.

“I would like to clarify that yes I will be available for Pakistan only once this management leaves. so please stop spreading fake news just to sell your story.“

The 28-year-old speedster played 36 Tests, 61 One Day International (ODIs), and as many as 50 T20Is for the Pakistani national team. Amir also plied his trade with Galle Gladiators in the inaugural Lanka Premier League (LPL).

Earlier, Pakistani skipper Babar Azam has backed coach Misbah by defending the management’s decision to snub the pacer from the national squad. Azam had asserted that Amir’s performances were not up to the mark.