My career was in danger: Mohammad Amir on Test retirement

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Mohammad Amir

Srinagar, April 19: Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir has revealed that his career was in danger due to hectic schedule, so he had to take a call on Test retirement.

In a radio interview, as reported by Daily Jung, Amir said to make sure he plays for another 5-6 years, he needed to manage the workload since the fast-bowler was playing all three formats regularly for Pakistan.

“I intend on playing for another five or six years and for that I had to quit Test cricket,” he said

The left-arm seamer retited from the multi-day cricket at the age of 27, arising a lot of criticism from former cricketers.