Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has stated that left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir’s decision to retire was his personal choice and so people should not have any problem with it. At the same time, he added that Amir remains one of Pakistan’s best bowlers in the T20 format, and if he is willing to make a comeback, he should definitely be considered for the upcoming T20 World Cups.
Former Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria has lashed out at retired pacer Mohammad Amir, alleging that he is trying to blackmail others with his statements to make a comeback into the team. Amir, who has been constantly critical of PCB, claiming they forced him into early retirement, recently stated that he is hoping to receive British citizenship in the future.
England have produced some stunning batting efforts in the recent past, as part of their one-day revival in the post-2015 World Cup debacle period. And, their performance at Trent Bridge on Tuesday was astonishing to say the least.
Pakistan's bowlers came up with an excellent all-round effort on day four of the Lord's Test, to claim a hard-fought 75-run victory against England. Resuming at 214 for 8, and looking to set a target in the region of 300