Mohammad Aamir big allegation on Misbah-ul-Haq Waqar Younis after retiring from international cricket

Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir blamed the team management for his decision to retire from international cricket at the age of 28 and criticized coach Misbah-ul-Haq and fast bowling coach Waqar Younis for tarnishing his image. The left-arm pacer made it clear on his YouTube channel that his problem was with Misbah and Waqar. Aamir said that these people were slowly trying to poison the minds of people that I do not want to play Test cricket and only want to play in T20 league to earn money.

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He further said, “He made the impression that I let the team down despite all the expectations”. The fast bowler said that he tried to tarnish my image. You have to work very hard to create your image. Aamir said that it was a very difficult decision for me but I felt that the time has come when one should not remain silent. I took this decision to raise this issue and make people aware of the truth.

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He said that after retiring from Test cricket he kept himself available for limited overs matches but when the current team management took over, he was ignored despite the good performance. Aamir said that definitely I was hurt when he did not choose me even among the 35 players for the New Zealand tour. If I were only focusing on playing in the league, I would not mind being dropped from the New Zealand tour and I would not react.