Umar Amin, the Pakistani cricketer who has featured more in first-class matches, List A matches, and T20s than International matches, was spotted in an interview where upon being asked regarding selection, he said the national selectors shall be questioned over the correlative folks.
Umar, believing and hoping for a comeback to the national team said that it is the game of luck as many cricketers have engrossed the luck whereas, he has remained awaited.
The player made his Test debut back in 2010 against Australia. He was given chance only in four test matches and never played a test after that. Signing in to 14 and 16 T20I and ODI matches, the player seems to have a shorter international span as compared to the list-a and first-class cricket.
Umar Amin: Ask the selectors why they aren’t selecting me
“This question needs to be addressed directly to the people responsible for the appointment as it is something I can not answer,” Amin, who last played for Pakistan in January 2018, told PakPassion. “All I can say is that I did my best to do well in home cricket and away from the ‘A’ team but I failed to get the chance to play in more than 4 tests.
“There was little hope in the series against South Africa in 2013 when it seemed like I would get a chance to come back but that didn’t happen and I think that’s part of cricket.”
Umar Amin hopeful of a comeback
“I have high hopes for my future in world cricket and Goding, I will soon restore my country,” he told PakPassion.
“It is my goal to play for Pakistan as much as possible rather than to spend all my other work playing home cricket and I hope to achieve my goals.”
Umar finds his declining selection a game of luck
“I feel that luck plays a big role in how human activity progresses on a global scale,” Amin told PakPassion.
“Some cricketers have been lucky enough to develop in international cricket abroad quickly but others like me have had to wait.