Mohammad Amir made a big statement about his return to Test, had retired at the age of 28

Mohammad Amir On His Return In International Cricket: Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has rubbished speculations of a possible return to Test cricket. Along with this, he said that he is currently enjoying playing a red ball match for Gloucestershire in the ongoing County Championship. Let us inform that Amir last played Test cricket for Pakistan against South Africa in January 2019 and retired from international cricket at the age of 28.

But Amir joined Gloucestershire due to a shoulder injury from his country mate Naseem Shah and made his return to first-class cricket after two and a half years. Although he did not take any wickets for 80 runs in 28 overs against Surrey, he took three wickets for 57 runs in the match against Hampshire.

Cricket website ESPNcricinfo quoted Amir as saying, “It is too early to talk about a return to Test, because you never know about it and things go on changing, but for now I am enjoying playing for Gloucestershire.” I am playing after three years, so it is not going to be easy as a fast bowler.

Since his retirement from international cricket, Amir has focused on becoming a better cricketer in various T20 leagues across the world except the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Asked how the red-ball cricket deal with Gloucestershire came about, Amir explained, “After recovering from injury in the PSL, I was training and feeling great and thought why not red-ball cricket. I think I am getting better now and on the right track. I am enjoying red-ball cricket. For now I am here only for three matches and later I am looking to move to CPL I’m planning.”

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