Mohammad Amir
As members of the PSL, Babar Azam and Mohammad Amir are teammates.

Babar Azam, the Pakistan captain, has stated that he will have a word with Mohammad Amir, his quick-bowling teammate, to find out what is holding him back.

The Pakistan captain, Babar Azam, has stated that he will have a word with Mohammad Amir, the fast bowler, and will discuss the issues he is facing on the international stage. They are in Abu Dhabi right now to play in the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL), which will return to the UAE for the first time.

Babar has not yet spoken to the cricketer regarding retirement, but when I have an opportunity to, we will discuss the difficulties he faces.

“He is one of the world’s top left-arm bowlers, and I really enjoy watching him bowl. I hope he performs well for the rest of the PSL second half “He said, “Also,”.

At the end of the current management, which includes head coach Misbah-ul-Haq, Amir is reportedly planning to only consider playing for Pakistan.

“While this management is gone, I will only be available to Pakistan. so please, for the love of all that is holy, stop spreading fake news just to make a buck! “Amir had tweeted about it.

He had previously stated that his retirement was not due to being dropped for the series against New Zealand in 2020, but was instead based on PCB management’s insistence on him not playing Test cricket.

Amir played 36 Test matches, 61 One Day Internationals, and 50 Twenty20 Internationals. He picked up 259 wickets across these three formats. In the 2009 T20 World Cup, he had made his international debut.

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