Aamir retires from international cricket after enduring a lot of mental anguish

LAHORE: National cricketer Mohammad Aamir has confirmed his retirement from international cricket.

Talking to Express News, national team player Mohammad Aamir, while confirming his retirement from international cricket, said that he has decided to call international cricket bad.

Mohammad Aamir said that after participating in the Sri Lankan Premier League, I have just reached Karachi, I will share all the details regarding my arrival in Lahore on Friday. He has decided not to play international cricket anymore.

Mohammad Aamir says that he did not want to leave cricket but the way the environment has become, it is not possible to continue international cricket under this management. I suffered a lot of mental anguish during my distance from cricket from 2010 to 2015, I don’t have the courage anymore, I was sentenced to 5 years ban, yet it is repeatedly said that the PCB has invested heavily in me. کاری کی۔

Mohammad Amir announces retirement from International Cricket.
“The current management has been mentally torturing me” #Cricket #MohammadAmir

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Mohammad Aamir said that the role of former chairman PCB Najam Sethi and former captain Shahid Afridi is in my lower back. The rest of the team said that we should not play with Mohammad Aamir. I made a personal decision regarding Test cricket. The topic was discussed in style, everyone wants to play for the country, he started with BPL, if he wanted, he would have played only leagues, he would have played Test cricket even then, he would have played every month.

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