Mohammad Amir Taking Retirement From Test Cricket?

Mohammad Amir Taking Retirement From Test Cricket? |

DUBAI – Pakistan’s premier left-arm fast bowler Muhammad Aamir is reportedly mulling retirement from Test cricket in order to focus on One-Day and Twenty20 cricket.

There ae fair chances that he would not feature in the final Test of the three-match series against West Indies which begins tomorrow.

According to Pakistani media reports, Aamir discussed this prospect with his teammates and the management after Pakistan lost the second Test against the West Indies in Barbados.

“Aamir himself is now upset that how this private discussion came out in the open and who leaked the discussions,” one report said.

“The Pakistan Cricket Board and team management in West Indies is now investigating as to who is responsible for leaking out this private discussion,” it added.

Reports said that Aamir, who has taken 11 wickets in the two Tests in the West Indies, made it clear in the discussions with his teammates and management that he felt that playing Test cricket required a lot more physical fitness and endurance.


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