The talented Mohammad Amir is just a step away from his rebirth of the international cricketing career as he was parted from the gentlemen’s game over his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal back in 2010.
Even though the hurdles he faced and they way he defamed the cricket loving nation it never seems that this young guy hailing from small town Gujar Khan would ever be able to make his comeback in the game. But his rock hard aims were too strong to cut off the hardships, as he was imprisoned after being found guilty in the spot-fixing scandal.
23-years-old Amir came back through proper channel as ICC pull over the ban on Amir in 2015 and after this he was asked to rejoin the cricket from the domestic level to assure his return in the national side as at that time many analysts and selectors were of the view that taking Amir directly to the national side might be a hasty decision.
Once the premium fast-bowler of Pak, Amir proved his strength since he made his came back on the different level of cricket and shut all the eyes wide open with some of the terrific spells.
Amir was also allowed to participate in the Bangladesh Premier Leauge and got in the limelight with his utmost brilliance.
As the New Year, 2016 brought the biggest news of life for Amir as he was named in the squad for the New Zealand tour. Recently, after getting such a breakthrough Amir while in an interview thanked all his fans and followers and also unveiled the troubles he faced after getting into the spot-fixing scandal.
The aggressive fast bowler was quite modest as this was also the need of the hour. And further revealed his plans to bamboozle the world class player with his superb bowling.
Mohammad Amir’s Interview