“If my son had done…” Ramiz Raja brutal verdict on Mohammad Amir

Pakistan’s ace pace bowler, Mohammad Amir, reversed his decision to retire from international cricket. The pacer will be available for selection in the upcoming T-20 World Cup. 

However, former Pakistani captain Ramiz Raza is not happy with the return of Mohammad Amir. Talking about Mohammad Amir on a Pakistani TV show, Raza said that if his son had committed such a crime (fixing), he would have disowned him.

Raza said, “My views on Mohammad Amir are very straightforward. I haven’t taken an oath to fix cricket, but I believe it’s important for society and fans to understand. When he was involved in fixing, I was commentating at Lord’s, and I could feel the intense hatred directed towards me because I was identifying the fixers. The amount of criticism I faced from the media during that time is something I can never forget.”

Raza further requested that fans understand that there’s no scope for improvement in cricket and that a tainted player should be expelled.

Raza said, “Wherever tainted cricketers exist in the world, they are usually expelled. While I sympathize with them, forgiveness isn’t in my book. If, God forbid, my son had done such a thing, I would disown him.”

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