Pakistan’s pacer, Mohammad Amir, who recently has made himself available for the selection taking his ‘indefinite retirement’ back, maybe ruptured ahead of his t20 career. On one hand, where the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management is trying to cope better understanding with the bowler, Amir has developed a vacancy in flopped playing XI of PSL 6 on many publishes.
Notably, he had personal issues with the current PCB management and denied playing under them. The ice from two ends have melted after the CEO, Wasim Khan voyaged his residence personally to tackle the blockades from two points. Amir seemed quite happy with his action and took his retirement back deliberately.
He believed that the PCB is not gripping an optic on him despite his accomplishments. But what we have witnessed in the HBL PSL 6 is not satisfactory for the fans to relish his pace anymore. However, a few believe that ‘King Amir’ will be back in action with pre momentum.
Is it the end of Amir’s T20 career despite taking retirement back?
Here are his stats:
Amir in PSL 6
His 4 out of 5 total wickets in the HBL PSL 6 were dug out in the Karachi leg. The pacer was almost wicketless in Abu Dhabi as the second phase continued, but eventually, yielded out Shoaib Malik in the KK vs PZ, Eliminator 1. Amir’s team was not lucky enough to stop Zalmi Boys from chasing a mighty target and are on their way home.
The stats thoroughly may be doubtful for the selectors to pick Amir ahead of the future programs. However, if his examinations go clear under the coaching panel in the NHPC, he may have the chance with PCB to overcome the past quarrel.