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Why Mohammad Amir never posts in favor of Babar Azam?

Why Mohammad Amir never posts in favor of Babar Azam?

Quetta Gladiators’ pacer Mohammad Amir has addressed queries regarding his lack of tweets in support of Babar Azam, asserting his right to express personal opinions based on his extensive cricketing experience. Amir clarified that his opinions are not personal attacks against Babar but stem from a desire to see him succeed in the Pakistan team, akin to his performances for Peshawar Zalmi.

The 2009 ICC T20I World Cup winner commended Babar’s technical growth, particularly his ability to accelerate innings during the death overs. He expressed optimism for Babar’s performance in the upcoming World Cup.

The discussion surrounding Amir’s relationship with Babar Azam resurfaced with a recall of a heated incident during a PSL 2023 match. Amir faced criticism on social media after throwing the ball towards Babar following a barrage of runs. However, Amir maintained that his comments are constructive and aimed at pushing Babar to excel.

However, things have been tensed among the two even before that. Amir’s comments on Babar regarding his place in T20I squad, and a few more debates clarify his relationship with former skipper of the national side.

Having retired from international cricket in 2022, Amir reiterated his stance of not returning to the international arena. He emphasized his focus on enjoying his remaining playing days and advocating for younger players to step up.

Amir’s comments shed light on the dynamics within the cricketing fraternity and the importance of constructive criticism in fostering player development. As the cricketing world gears up for major tournaments, including the upcoming World Cup, the spotlight remains on players like Babar Azam and the support they receive from their peers.

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