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Pakistani legends criticise Mohammad Amir for announcing Test retirement at 27

Pakistan greats including Ramiz Raja, Wasim Akram and Shoaib Akhtar have slammed Mohammad Amir’s decision to retire the longest format of the game at the age of 27.

The Left-arm Pakistan pacer announced his retirement from Test cricket on Friday having played 36 Tests. However, he will continue playing white-ball cricket for his country.

Former skipper Rameez Raja was not impressed by Amir’s decision. He tweeted:

Wasim Akram took to twitter to express his views:

Pace legend Shoaib Akhtar has criticised Amir on his YouTube channel.

Amir, who made his Test debut as a 17-year-old in July 2009 – claimed 119 wickets in 36 Tests at an average of 30.47.

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