Quetta Gladiators’ pacer, Mohammad Amir, has recently opened up about his relationship with Peshawar Zalmi captain Babar Azam.

When questioned about his apparent silence on social media regarding Babar Azam, but his appreciation for Indian players, Amir clarified that he expresses opinions based on his cricketing experience and mindset.

“I am entitled to my opinion and give my opinion according to my cricketing experience and mindset.

“I do not have anything personal against Babar Azam, I want him to perform for the Pakistan team the way he performed for Peshawar Zalmi in the last match.”

Emphasizing that his comments are not personal, Amir highlighted Babar’s performance for Peshawar Zalmi and praised his evolving batting techniques, particularly in the death overs.

Commenting on the technical aspects of Babar’s batting, Amir commended the way he has developed his shots for accelerating innings during crucial phases of the game.

He expressed hope that Babar would replicate his outstanding performances in the upcoming World Cup, showcasing his evolution as a batsman.

Regarding his potential return to the national team, Amir firmly stated that he has no plans to reconsider his retirement.

“I have no plans on returning to the national team. I am playing PSL at the moment and currently, my sole focus is on giving my best in PSL,” the left-arm bowler added.

With his focus solely on performing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Amir reiterated his commitment to giving his best for Quetta Gladiators and contributing to the team’s success in the tournament.

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