Left-arm pacer from Pakistan, Muhammad Aamer retires from Test cricket. His fans were desperate to saw him in Test cricket championship starting from 1st August 2019. His sudden decision has made his fans uncertain. According to Aamer, he wants himself to focus more on white-ball cricket. He will continue playing ODI and T20 cricket.

Muhammad Aamer did his Test debut against Sri Lanka at Galle in 2009. In his 36 matches career, he picked 119 wickets with an average of 30.47. His best figures were 7 for 64 against West Indies in 2017. During his tour to England in 2010, he was convicted in a spot-fixing for bowling a no-ball. Later, he accepted his mistake. He was prisoned and banned for five cricket years by English cricket court. 

He returned to test cricket in 2016 and made a good impact. From 17 to 27, his 10 years services to Pakistan test cricket will be remembered. 

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