Islamabad: Pakistan's fast bowler Mohammad Amir has decided to say goodbye to international cricket, accusing the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) of 'mental harassment'. He said that his stay out of the Pakistan team for the tour of New Zealand was like a 'wake-up' call for him. He has now decided to say goodbye to cricket at the international level.
Mohammad Aamir, 28, had announced his retirement from Test cricket last year and many people rebuked him for his decision. However, it seems that his patience has now broken. He said that he cannot continue playing under the current Pakistan team management. Aamir recently participated in the Lanka Premier League after being dropped from Pakistan's side for the New Zealand series.
Pakistani journalist Shoaib Jatt has shared a video on social media. In this video, Aamir is seen campaigning for Gaal Gladiators in the Lanka Premier League. He said that he will continue to play franchise cricket, but has made up his mind not to play for Pakistan. Aamir had quit Test cricket last year citing workload issues.