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Amir remains part of Pakistan's future plans: Waqar

'It hurt at that time when he decided to retire from Test cricket but we have to move on and do what is best for the country.' IMAGE: Having initially pulled out due to the birth of his second child, Mohammad Amir made himself available for next month's T20 series against England on Monday. Photograph: David Rogers/Getty Images Pakistan bowling coach Waqar Younis on Tuesday said he has moved on from the hurt caused by Mohammad Amir's Test retirement last year and considers the left-arm pacer a ...
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