Former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir recently shared his insights on potential leaders for the national cricket team in all three formats. During an interview on a local media channel, Amir suggested a shift in captaincy dynamics and proposed three alternatives to replace the current skipper, Babar Azam.
Mohammad Amir picks three captains for Pakistan cricket team
Amir recommended Imad Wasim as the captain for the T20I format, particularly with the T20 World Cup approaching and a series of T20 matches and a Test series against Australia lined up before the mega-event. Discussing the ODI format, Amir proposed a change in leadership, suggesting Shan Masood as a potentially strong option. Regarding Test cricket, the former pacer advocated for including Sarfaraz Ahmed in a leadership role. Amir’s perspective highlights his belief in diversifying leadership roles across the various formats of the game.