Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir previously stated that he will retire from international cricket in December 2020.


Danish Kaneria, a former Pakistan cricketer, slammed Mohammad Amir.

Kaneria claimed that Amir wishes to return to the national team by blackmailing the PCB.

In December 2020, Mohammad Amir announced his retirement from international cricket.

Mohammad Amir, the left-wing seaman, in a recent interview, said that he needed to retire because he did not have the respect he deserved.

Danish Kaneria, former Pakistan cricket maker, slammed Mohammad Amir, stating that the seam bowler wanted to come back to the National Team by chastising with his comments the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). In December 2020, Amir declared his withdrawal from world cricket and has since raised his voice against team management in Pakistan. Amir had also said in a recent interview that he was obliged to retire as he did not receive the respect he deserved.

Amir’s explosive interview has a mixed cricket brotherhood reaction. Although some came to the former pacer to assist him, others criticized him. Kaneria belonged to those who claimed that Amir should value PCBs because they were kind enough to bring him back after his notorious scandal.

“I’m taking Mohammad Amir nothing further. Everyone has the right to their views. I believe he tries with his statements to blackmail other people so that he can come back to his side. You can understand his headspace from his remarks on moving to England and obtaining citizenship and playing IPL,” said Kaneria in a video on his YouTube channel on Saturday.

Kaneria said, in the last one and a half years, that Amir’s contribution to the Pakistan cricket team was “completely null.” But the 40-year-old acknowledges Amir’s brilliant shape during the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, which Pakistan won by beating Indian arch-rivals.

“It was good bowling in ICC Champions Trophy, but it has been steeply declining since then “Kaneria added. Kaneria added.

The first spinner said Amir was axed on his bad performance from the Pakistani squad, and he added that the PCB forced Misbah-ul Haq and Mohammad Hafeez “to assist Mohammad Amir and carry him back to the team.”

Amir told in the recent interview that while he didn’t decide easily to retire, he did so because he thought respect was of utmost importance and he felt that he didn’t get what he deserved.

He added that while there was no possibility that he would come back to international cricket, he might consider playing for the country again if things were better with Pakistan’s management.

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