Edited By Arun Kumar | IANS | Updated: 21 Jul 2020, 11:07:00 PM IST
The experienced fast bowler of Pakistan cricket team Mohammad Amir believes that he made a big mistake by playing in all three formats after returning to the national team again after fixing the 2010 spot. After suffering a 5-year ban due to spot-fixing, Aamir returned to international cricket in 2015 and returned to Test cricket in 2016.
He said that doing so was his biggest mistake and his body paid the price. Aamir initially withdrew from the tour of England due to the birth of his second child. But after fast bowler Harris Rauf was found to be Corona positive, Aamir has been called into the team.
Aamir along with former cricketer Atik Uj Zaman said on YouTube channel, 'After making a comeback in the national team, I had made a big mistake playing in all three formats. I would advise future cricketers not to make such a mistake. He said, 'Everyone should know their limits and should play only one or two formats after the return. Even if they believe that they can do it, they should play in the third format.
Aamir retired from Test cricket in 2018 to focus on limited overs cricket. He said that his decision will help in furthering his career five-six years. Aamir said, 'Fast bowlers need to be more cautious. After two years of the wrong decision to play in all three formats, I started having problems. I was injured in 2018. It is for this reason that I have restricted myself to white ball cricket. I hope it can extend my career five to six years further. '