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Mohammad Amir

Mohammad Amir

Seasoned left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir has expressed his desire to represent Pakistan again, making himself available for selection in the forthcoming T20 World Cup.

Mohammad Amir, 31, last played for Pakistan in a T20 International against England in 2020. He’d blazoned his withdrawal from transnational justice latterly that time, citing internal strain. Still, in a recent social media post, he revealed a change of heart.

” My dream of playing for Pakistan remains alive!” he declared.” Life throws curveballs, forcing us to reevaluate choices. Positive conversations with the Pakistan Cricket Board( PCB) induced me I could still contribute. After consulting my family and sympathizers, I am available for selection in the forthcoming T20 World Cup. Representing my country takes priority over particular opinions. Wearing the green jersey and serving Pakistan has always been, and will always be my biggest honor.”

Mohammad Amir recent performance in the 2024 Pakistan Super League( PSL) was decent, with 10 lattices taken in nine matches. still, his bowling prowess in the Caribbean Premier League( CPL) over the once many seasons is particularly noteworthy. He boasts an emotional record of 43 lattices at a normal of just 14.39 and a frugality rate of 6.50, making him a strong contender for the World Cup, which will be primarily held in the West Indies.

Pakistan’s pace bowling attack is presently facing challenges. Star leader Shaheen Afridi hasn’t completely recovered from his injury, Naseem Shah lately returned from a long break, and Haris Rauf is sidelined with an injury. This opens an implicit window for Amir to reclaim his spot in the public platoon.

Amir’s decision to prioritize transnational justice will impact his country’s justice commitments. He will not be joining Derbyshire for the forthcoming season starting on April 5th. With New Zealand’s stint with Pakistan for five T20Is listed from April 18th to 27th, Amir will be training with the public platoon during this period. He expressed his gratefulness to Derbyshire and their head trainer Mickey Arthur for their understanding in a social media post.

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