One of the leading wicket-taker bowlers of Pakistan, Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from Test cricket.
Mohammad Amir said, “It’s been an honor to represent Pakistan in the traditional format of the game. I, however, have decided to move away from the longer version so I can concentrate on white-ball cricket”
This news has come as shock for the cricket fans.
One user tweeted, ” You Will be Missed.”
You Will be Missed 😩😩#Amir— شکیل احمد (@Shakeel10361176) July 26, 2019
This user is in complete shock
Another user tweeted, ” Retired from test cricket at 27. M Amir could have played more tests & since revival of his form in WC even fans would have loved to see him bowl red cherry bit more. However its all about making yourself available for th team at your best state. A msg for all seniors.”
Yes, he will be surely missed.
Amir debuted back in 2009 in Test cricket. To date, he has taken 119 wickets in his 36-matches long Test cricket career.
Currently, Amir is in England playing T20 Blast for Essex. His fans, however, are in shock upon his decision to retire too early from Test cricket.