Wasim Akram Big Statement On Mohammad Amir’s Retirement

Wasim Akram, a former Pakistan fast bowler and legend, has said something significant about Mohammad Amir’s retirement from Test cricket. He has stated that people should not place too much emphasis on this because every bowler is well aware of his body and how fit he is. In such a case, the question should not be directed at Amir.

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Mohammad Amir has announced that he will retire in December 2020. He surprised everyone by retiring at the age of 28. He had previously retired from Test cricket.

Wasim Akram responded to Amir’s retirement from Test cricket in a special interview with Cricket Pakistan. “If he retires from Test cricket, then this is his problem,” he said. This is his choice. Why are we looking for him now that he has retired? A bowler is intimately familiar with his body.” And playing Test cricket is a difficult task. If you haven’t played first-class cricket in five years, your muscles aren’t as strong, and you won’t be able to spell very well. Amir should stick to cricket. What he had to say about it He said this while maintaining his point. Now he should just focus on cricket and enjoy his family.”

Let me tell you that Mohammad Amir recently gave many reactions to his retirement. He stated that he did not receive the respect he deserved within the team, which is why he retired.

Mohammad Amir Career

Matches Innings Wickets Best Bowling Fig
Test 36 67 119 7/64
ODI 61 60 81 5/30
T20I 50 50 59 4/13
Mohammad Amir Career

Wasim Akram career

Matches Innings Wickets Best Bowling Fig
Test 104 181 414 11/110
ODI 356 351 502 5/15

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