Disheartened Mohammad Amir decides to quit international cricket

After being dropped from the New Zealand tour, disheartened Pakistan left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir has on Thursday decided to quit international cricket.

According to details, Mohammad Amir has said that he will formally announce retirement from international cricket in a couple of days. The 28-year-old said he can work no longer with the current management.

Earlier on Wednesday, Mohammad Amir said in a video statement that there are no hopes of his comeback in Pakistan team and the behavior of bowling coach Waqar Younis is unbearable.

The left-amer said it was shocking for him that the national team for New Zealand tour was announced before Pakistan Super League (PSL) playoffs as it did not make any sense.

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