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Shoaib Akhtar, Wasim Akram Slam Mohammad Amir For Retiring From Tests At 27


Shoaib Akhtar, Wasim Akram Slam Mohammad Amir For Retiring From Tests At 27

Pakistani left hand fast bowler Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from test cricket on Friday. His retirement decision from the longest cricketing platform left the fans and the former legendary cricketers shocked and disappointed.

The 27 year old cricketer took to his Twitter handle to break the news to his fans and expressed his gratitude towards PM Imran Khan and senior players of the Pakistani Cricket team.

Amir shared a video with caption, Thank you PCB, our PM Imran Khan, Wasim Akram bhai, Shahid Afridi Bhai, Waqar Younis and Mohammad Yousaf, thank you and my fans for always supporting me and I hope you all will support my this decision also, see video link.

Legendary Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is highly disappointed with Mohammad Amir’s decision of quitting from red ball cricket. Akhtar said I would personally never select cricketers who quit red ball cricket to concentrate on T20 or ODI cricket.

Rawalpindi express further said, I am failing to understand what is wrong with the Pakistan team I can see other boys following Amir’s step as they only want to play T20 even playing ODI seems to be a tough job.

Shohaib Akhtar lashed out at Amir, he said, the Pakistan cricket board has invested so much in him pulled him out of the match fixing scandal. They gave him a chance to prove himself now that he is in a good form he retired.

Shoaib further said I think Amir needs to pay back now. There are times you need to make money, but this time the country needs you.

Wasim Akram expressed his disappointment through his tweet. It’s a bit surprising because you peak at 27-28 and Test cricket is where you are judged against the best, it’s the greatest format.

Former Pakistani skipper Ramiz Raja also believes the men in green needs him the most right now. He said it was the time to repay not eject.

Former Pakistani fast bowler Waqar Younis gave a mysterious response to Mohammad Amir’s tweet.

We need to wait and watch if Amir gives a thought to uplifting his retirement from Test cricket.

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