Pak Speedster Mohammad Amir Announces Retirement from Test Cricket

Pakistan: Pakistan left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir has announced his retirement from Test cricket, on Friday in an order to focus on his white-ball game.

Amir said that it has been an honor to represent Pakistan in the Test format. However, he has decided to move on from the long cricket version to concentrate on the white-ball cricket.

Mohammad Amir made his debut in Test cricket while he was 17-year-old against Sri Lanka in 2009. In his 36 Test matches, the left-arm pacer took 119 wickets with an average of 30.47.

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