Mohammad Aamir has accused the PCB of mentally abusing him so i quit

Mohammad Aamir has accused the PCB of mentally abusing him so i quit

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Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Aamir, who is just 28 years old, has announced to quit international cricket. Aamir has accused the PCB(Pakistan Cricket Board) of mentally abusing him by senior team management. In June 2019, Mohammad Aamir announced to quit Test cricket so that he could focus on cricket's Shoreteer format ie One Day and T-20. But now he has clearly said that he cannot play cricket with the current Pakistan team management. He has taken this decision after the announcement of the Pakistan team for the limited over series against New Zealand. In fact, he was not included in the selected team of the tour of New Zealand, after which he decided to leave international cricket.

Mohammed Aamir came to play Lanka Premier League in Sri Lanka at the time he was dropped from the Pakistan team. There he also bowled in a spectacular performance in bowling where he took eleven wickets for Galle Gladiators in this tournament but despite his performance he was kept out of the team. In a video interview with Pakistani journalist Shoaib Jat, Aamir said, "I am not getting away from cricket but you will see that I am being sidelined in the way the atmosphere of the team is." I have been given the message that I am not even among thirty-five boys because if I am not in the team of thirty-five boys, then it is like a bell for me.

Mohammad Aamir say that i always thanked PCB chairman Najam Sethi and Shahid Afridi

Mohammad Aamir further said, I don't think I can play cricket with this cricket management. I think I should leave cricket right now. I have been mentally tortured a lot. Mohammad Aamir also said that I do not think I can be more oppressed at this time. Between 2010 and 2015, I have suffered a lot of torture. I stayed away from the game and was facing punishment for my mistake. However, apart from accusing PCB(Pakistan Cricket Board), he also thanked PCB chairman Najam Sethi and Shahid Afridi. He said, I managed to return after a full five-year sentence. For this, I would like to give credit to two people of PCB(Pakistan Cricket Board), Najam Sethi Saheb and Shahid Afridi are the only two people who I would like to thank for my whole life. Both of them supported me in difficult times. At that time, the whole team was saying that we will not play with Aamir.

Let me tell you that Mohammad Aamir made his debut for Pakistan in 2009 at the age of just seventeen. He had just taken fifteen wickets in fourteen Test matches for his country that in 2010, he was banned for five years for spot-fixing at Lord's. But in 2016, when he was removed from him, he again returned to international cricket and also made a great match winning performance for Pakistan. As a cricketing career, he was also the hero of Pakistan's Champions Trophy win in 2017. He badly upset India's top order batsman. Aamir played 36 Tests, 31 ODIs and fifty T-20 matches for Pakistan in which he took more than two hundred and fifty wickets in his name. But now he will not be able to play for Pakistan team and now he has also announced his retirement.

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