Free cricbuzz prediction: Mohammad Amir considers U-turn in international retirement? Pakistani star speedster breaks silence

Pakistan’s pacemaker has broken his silence on whether he would consider a U-turn in his retirement from the national team.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has undergone a series of changes in its administration when Ramiz Raja was sacked as chairman earlier this week and Najam Sethi replaced him. In addition, former Pakistani captain Shahid Afridi was appointed interim chief selector of the men’s team, while former players Abdul Razak and Rao Iftikar Anjum joined his panel. As a result, the Pakistani cricket team also underwent some changes, and it seems that even former members of the team could see a turning point in his international career under the new government.

Pakistan pacesetter Mohammad Amir last played for the team in 2020 in T20I against England. The following year he announced his retirement from international cricket due to lack of opportunities. Amir continues to play in county championships and several T20 leagues around the world, and the pacesetter now seems to want a comeback with the national team.

When asked by a reporter during a brief media exchange if he could imagine playing for Pakistan again, Amir said: Agar Allah ne chaaha toh (If God Wills)”

The 30-year-old star his cricketer has so far represented Pakistan in 36 Tests, 61 in his ODIs and 50 in his T20Is. He led the national team’s pace attack in several of his ICC tournaments and played a key role in his trophy victory at the 2017 Champions when Pakistan beat India in the final of the tournament.

Pakistan is now in his two Tests his series against New Zealand, with the first match in Karachi ending in a draw. The Babar Azam-led team almost got over their fear after being handed targets for 138 runs with 15 overs to go New Zealand escaped to 61/1 with 7.3 overs to go. End date.

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