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Pakistan captain Babar Azam heaped praise on Mohammad Amir and said that the left-hander is one of the best bowlers and he has had a great performance in the PSL.
Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam has said that he will talk to Mohammad Amir, who has retired from international cricket. There is speculation about Amir that he may shift to England and after taking citizenship there, he is planning to play the Indian Premier League. Azam told cricket website Cricinfo – I will talk to Amir about his retirement when he meets him in Abu-Dhabi during the Pakistan Super League and try to know his problem. He is one of the best bowlers on the left and I really admire his per formance in the PSL. I hope he performs well this time as well and plays an important role in helping the team win the title. Both Amir and Azam play for Karachi Kings in the PSL.
Aamir had a dispute with the team’s coach Waqar Younis, after which the team’s coach Misbah-ul-Haq was targeted. After which Aamir surprised everyone by retiring last year at the age of 29.
Former fast bowler advocates for Amir’s return
Former captain and fast bowler Wasim had also advocated Amir’s return to the team. He had said that the youth fast bowling unit of the national team needs Amir. He had said, ‘I still feel that Amir should get a place in the Pakistan team. Because there are three World Cups of limited overs in the coming years. In such a situation, it is necessary to have a senior bowler in the team. Who can talk to young bowlers in pressure situations, guide them and build confidence in them and make them effective for the team.
Amir didn’t get respect from PCB
Recently Mohammad Amir had said that he did not get respect from the PCB. which they were entitled. For this reason he had to retire.
Amir has taken 81 wickets in 61 ODIs
Amir has taken 81 wickets in 61 ODIs played for Pakistan at an economy rate of 4.77. While in 50 T20 matches, he has taken 59 wickets at an economy rate of 7.02.
The remaining 20 matches of the PSL will start in Abu Dhabi from June 5.
The remaining 20 matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will start in Abu Dhabi from June 5. The sixth season of PSL started from 20 February. But it was stopped on 4 March after a support including 6 players got corona infected. Till then only 14 matches had been played out of the total 34 matches of the league. While 20 matches are left to be played.