Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir decides to retire from test cricket. According to the sources Mohammad Amir also wants to rest in Zimbabwe tour. He also decides to retire from test cricket. He wants to play different T20 leagues. With these t20 leagues, he can’t play test cricket. And fitness is the main issue for the retirement from test cricket.
Mohammad Amir and head coach Mickey Arthur decides a future plan in which this is included that he is going to retire from test cricket. He should concentrate on T20 and ODI’s.
Mohammad Amir starts his test career in July 2009. And he completes his 100 wickets in the last series vs England. His test career is not too long because he suffers from the punishment from ICC after spot-fixing case in England in 2010.