Mohammad Amir, the ex-Pakistani pacer has recently given a very shocking statement. Because of his shocking statement, his name is making rounds on social media. In his statement, he slammed Pakistani cricket player Babar Azam and he countered Ramij Raja. He has said that captaincy matters a lot. He has also mentioned Indian skipper and legendary player Mahendra Singh Dhoni to elaborate the point on how that latter shaped Ravindra Jadeja to become one of the leading all-rounders in every single format. Now check out the entire article till the last without missing any single line to learn every single piece of information of what the ex-Pakistani pacer has stated.
Currently, the Pakistani cricket player, Babar Azam is in the headlines. He is the captain of the Pakistan cricket team. His name is making rounds as many people are criticizing him and making fun of his captaincy. The public of Pakistan is very angry with him because of the Pakistan team’s dismal performance in the ICC Men’s World Cup 2023. They finished fifth and lost a semifinal spot for the third time. But this has happened for the first time the Pakistan cricket team lost five matches in a single edition of the ICC World Cup. It also includes four of which took place consecutively. On this, the ex-Pakistan cricket player, Mohammad Amir has shown his eagerness. Scroll down to learn what he has said.
Babar Azam has received the amount of backing from former Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Ramiz Raja who said that change in the system rather than changing the captain. And now the ex-Pakistani ticket player Mohammad Amir has shown his eagerness by launching a rent on Raza and Azam. He has said that he disagreed with the world of Raza saying a change in the system, at the time of the show Haarana Mana Hay which was telecasted on Geo News.
Mohammaed Amir has hit at Bara and Raza by saying that the captaincy matters more than what the members of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management comprise. He has given examples of the Pakistan World Cup 1992 win which was under the captaincy of Imran Khan. Amir added, Captaincy matters a lot but what is the system? There is not any wall. Five and six individuals have been given the responsibility of running the entire Pakistan cricket. Babar Azam has been the captain for the last four years and he has built the team on his own.