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Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir retires from cricket

Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir retires from cricket

The Fast bowler of Pakistan Mohammad Amir has decided to take retirement from International cricket. On 17th Dec 2020, he confirmed to Pakistan Cricket Board.

  • It has been also confirmed by PCB in an official statement. he will not play international cricket in future.

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Mohammad Amir: Career Stats, Debut, Spot Fixing

  • Bowler – left-arm fast bowler
  • Tests – 36
  • ODIs – 61
  • T20Is – 50
  • wickets¬†– 259¬†

He made a debut during the 2009 T20 World Cup

29th August 2010, he was arrested due to spot-fixing and was punished 5-years ban, because, he bowled two deliberate no-balls in a Test match in England.

On 29th January 2015, he joined the domestic cricket and on 2nd September 2015, he started playing for Pakistan during their tour of New Zealand in 2016.

On 26th July 2019, He took retirement from Test Format and wanted to play limited-overs cricket. he took 119 wickets in 36 Test matches career.

In November 2020, he was selected for 3-match series against New Zealand.

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Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Amir retires from cricket

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