Mohammad Amir reveals his goal after international comeback

Left-arm Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir has set his sights on returning to international cricket after an absence of nearly four years.

In a video released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Amir expressed his excitement about representing his country again, likening the experience to making his debut.

He credited the PCB and Shaheen Shah Afridi for their faith in him and persuading him to come out of international retirement, acknowledging the pressure to live up to their trust.

Amir revealed that his immediate goal is to win this year’s T20 World Cup, expressing determination to help Pakistan succeed after falling short in the last two editions. He highlighted his debut in 2009 when Pakistan won the World Cup and their triumph in the 2017 Champions Trophy final.

Amir emphasized that the PCB and team management brought him back for the specific purpose of winning the World Cup. He noted Pakistan’s recent performances in major tournaments and expressed his desire to be part of the team that crosses the finish line.

Furthermore, Amir commented on his fitness level, asserting that he feels better than he did in 2019.

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