It is Early To Talk About Test Return Says Mohammad Amir
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from Test cricket in a hurry in July 2019. The cricketer then turned his attention to white ball cricket. However, a few days later, Amir also said goodbye to international cricket. Focused on franchise cricket. In the meantime, Mohammad Amir has returned to first-class cricket through the county. Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir does not want to make any decision about returning to the Test team even though the long version is back in cricket.
A few days ago, Mohammad Amir passed the age quota of 30. Although many cricketers are regulars in the Test team at this age, he withdrew from international cricket two years ago. Now Amir is only seen in franchise cricket.
After leaving international cricket, rumors of his return to the national team were heard several times, but he never gave the green signal to return. On the contrary, Amir has repeatedly said that he wants to be involved in franchise and domestic cricket.
Meanwhile, after a long two and a half years, Amir has recently returned to white-clad cricket. After that, the question arose that he might return to the Test team. In this regard, Amir said, “It is not yet time to talk about returning to the Test team. The situation may change at any time. But now I prefer to play for Gloucestershire. ”
Mohammad Amir also thinks that he is feeling very good after returning to first class cricket after a long absence. He also thinks that he is doing his job well in the match.
Amir said, “I have been playing first-class cricket for almost four years now. Feeling pretty good after playing the first match. I want to do my job. ”
Mohammad Amir has played 36 Tests for Pakistan in white. This time he has taken 118 wickets. The pacer spent his time in Test cricket before being banned for spot-fixing.