Mohammad Amir aims to cut down his test career

Mohammad Amir aims to cut down his test career
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir is thinking about playing fewer Test matches to extend his career. The bowler has talked about this with national team coach Mickey Arthur, and it may be possible to play fewer Test matches in the future. Aamir returned to international cricket in 2016 after being awarded the match-fixing verdict. When he was banned for match-fixing, he was only 18 years old. They have lost their time due to the ban of five years, and in such a situation, they want to manage the work properly. A website has written from Aamir, that cricket has changed since 2010. I’ve lost my five years If I play in these five years, then I will have 70-80 test matches.

The fast bowler said, I can not bring back the lost time, but I can handle the burden of my work correctly to make my career long. Every day, my age is growing, and I know that my fans want to watch me play, but I am a human, not Iron Man. They said, I still have passion. I want to play for my fans. I want to play for my country for a long time. I have played 30 Test matches so far. In the next few years, I will play some more Test matches, and maybe I will end my career with 50 Tests.

Talking about coach Mikey, Aamir said, “I have talked with Mikey that there is more cricket and we need a rotation policy so that everyone is fully fit.” Preparations are good for their 2019 World Cup. I am not saying that I do not want to play Test cricket. I want to relax in some matches. Aamir has played 16 Test matches from Pakistan and during that time he has taken 44 wickets in his name. At the same time, his record in ODIs is very significant; he has 57 wickets in 40 one-dayers. Aamir’s friendship is also intense from India’s captain Virat Kohli. Kohli also gifted his favourite bat to them.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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