Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) denies all the reports of Mohammad Amir’s return to International Cricket.
Recently Pakistan Cricket Board released a statement to clarify the rumors circulating in the media regarding Mohammad Amir’s potential return to the national team. According to the PCB, all reports suggesting that the left-arm pacer will come out of retirement and return to the national team are “factually incorrect.”
He retired from international cricket in 2020, and the PCB selection policy emphasizes the importance of domestic performance. As far as the PCB is concerned, Amir has retired from international cricket and is not being considered for selection.
The rumors claimed that the selection committee had contacted Amir’s manager and asked him to refrain from making unnecessary statements in the media. However, the PCB statement puts all such rumors to rest.
Earlier reports are circulating on social media that official of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently met Muhammad Amir’s manager and gave a green signal to the left-arm pacer by advising him to be prepared for a comeback in International cricket.
Now today PCB makes it clear by denying all the rumors of Amir return to International Cricket.
Remember that Amir made his international debut at the age of 17 and quickly became a star with his impressive bowling skills. Mohammad Amir had represented Pakistan in 36 Tests, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20Is. He last played an international match in 2020. The pacer was also part of the Pakistan team when they won ICC T20 World Cup 2009 and ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
His Champions Trophy 2017 final spell earned Pakistan their maiden title in an eight-team tournament.