Pak Cricketer Mohammad Amir quits international Cricket, says ‘he is mentally tortured’

New Delhi, 17/12: Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from international cricket, he alleged the team management for mentally torturing him.

Pakistani Journalist Shoaib Jatt shared a video on social media in which Amir says, “No, I am not going away from cricket. If you have seen the way the atmosphere over here and the way I have been sidelined. I got a wake-up call there when I was not selected in 35 boys. If I don’t get selected in the 35-member squad, then it means to wake up call for me, I don’t think I can play cricket under this management. I think I should leave cricket this time. I am being tortured mentally. I don’t think I can tolerate any more torture now. I have seen a lot of torture from 2010 to 2015. I was away from the game and sentenced for my mistake”.

Amir represented Pakistan in 36 Tests, 61 ODIs, and 50 T20Is, picking up more than 250 wickets in all the formats of the game.

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