Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir retirement from Test cricket
Mohammad Aamir retires from Test cricket at the age of 27
The Pakistan Cricket Team’s fast bowler Mohammad Aamir has announced retirement from Test cricket. Surprisingly, at the age when a cricketer engaged in grooming his cricket career, Aamir has surprised everyone by retirement from Test cricket. Mohammad Aamir is only 27 years old at this time.
Mohammad Amir has 119 wickets in 36 Tests for Pakistan
Mohammad Aamir is counted among talented fast bowlers in World Cricket. Aamir had test debuted only for Pakistan at the age of 17. He played his first Test match against Sri Lanka in 2009. He achieved a total of 119 wickets while playing 36 matches in his Test career.
Mohammad Aamir Test Debut Against Sri Lanka in 2009
Mohammed Aamir’s cricket career suffered a major setback when he was involved in match-fixing. Due to match-fixing, Aamir had to suffer a lot in cricket career. They were banned for a full five year period. Although Amir took a lesson from a mistake, he returned to cricket again for five years.