26 Mar 2024

Who is this fast bowler coming back from retirement to represent Pakistan in ICC T20 World Cup 2024?

Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammad Amir is preparing to return to the field once again for the ICC T20 World Cup after talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board.

After a retirement hiatus, Pakistan's seasoned fast bowler, Mohammad Amir, is gearing up for a comeback on the international cricket stage, specifically aiming for the ICC T20 World Cup, following constructive discussions with the Pakistan Cricket Board.

Having bid adieu to all formats of international cricket back in 2021, the 31-year-old pacer recently showcased his prowess with the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League, clinching 10 wickets across nine matches with an economy rate of 8.41.

Expressing his earnest desire to represent Pakistan once more on the global platform, Amir took to social media, stating, "The dream of donning Pakistan's jersey still burns within me. Life often presents us with moments that prompt introspection and reconsideration of our choices."

Acknowledging positive dialogues with the PCB, Amir shared, "The board has graciously conveyed to me their belief in my abilities and the value I can bring to the team. Following consultations with my family and mentors, I am eager to contribute to Pakistan's campaign in the T20 World Cup. My commitment to this cause is unwavering, fueled by my patriotic fervor."

Pakistan Cricket Board released a list of 29 players on Monday. These players will participate in the fitness camp in Kabul. It also stars Imad Wasim and Mohammad Aamir. Wasim had also talked about returning from retirement.

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