Pakistan quick bowler Mohammed Amir on Thursday introduced a dramatic finish to his worldwide cricket profession, alleging that he has been “mentally tortured” by the administration of his nationwide board, which known as the transfer a private resolution.
The 28-year-old left-arm pacer made the shock announcement in a video interview launched by the Pakistani website ‘Khel-Shel’.
“I am quitting cricket this time because I have been mentally tortured. I can’t bear this torture. I had faced torture from 2010 to 2015, I remained outside cricket for whatever reason. I served the punishment and did everything,” Amir, who is currently in Sri Lanka, said referring to the ban he served for his involvement in spot-fixing.