Mohammad Amir Cricinfo Profile Highlights

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Mohammad Amir Cricinfo Profile Highlights

Full name Mohammad Aamer – Also Mohammad Amir
Born April 13, 1992, Gujjar Khan, Punjab
Batting style Left-hand bat
Bowling style Left-arm fast
Major teams Pakistan, Federal Areas, National Bank of Pakistan, Pakistan Under-19s, Rawalpindi, Rawalpindi Rams

Mohammad Amir otherwise called Mohammad Aamer, is a Pakistani worldwide cricketer, whose suspension and ensuing five year boycott abridged his guaranteeing vocation. He is a left-arm quick bowler, who opened the bowling in all arrangements of the amusement. He made his top notch make a big appearance in 2007, and his initial One-Day International and Test appearance in 2009 in Sri Lanka, at 17 years old. On the other hand, he played his first global match amid the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, where he played in every diversion, helping the national side win the competition.

Amir was touted as having the capacity to be a main quick bowler by previous Pakistani left arm quick bowler Wasim Akram who chose as a prospect in 2007. Since Amir’s foundation in the global coliseum, previous Pakistani batsman Rameez Raja, and in addition Akram himself, have expressed that “He is much cleverer than [akram] at 18″.

On 29 August 2010, he was ensnared in charges of spot-altering and is as of now serving a five-year boycott for supposedly bowling two-ponder no-balls, Amir however has declared that he plans to claim the decision distributed by his prosecutor the International Cricket Council. In November 2011, Amir was sentenced, alongside Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, of connivance charges identifying with spot-altering. He was given a six-month jail sentence. On 1 February 2012 Amir was discharged from jail in the wake of serving three months in prison.


Twenty20 International vocation

2009 ICC World Twenty20

Amir made his worldwide presentation against England in the gathering phases of the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. He took the wicket of Ravi Bopara with just his second ball, with Shoaib Malik taking a fine catch, and yielded one and only run in his presentation universal over.

Amir kept on inspiring as the competition kept, taking a wicket in his opening spell in 6 of the 7 diversions he played, including the last. He was especially viable at utilizing the short ball, with his skiddy bouncers hurrying onto the batsmen, regularly making them miss-hit the ball for a catch. Amir reliably timed rates of over 136.7 kilometers every hour (85 miles every hour) and knocked down some pins his snappiest conveyance in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 last against Sri Lanka, at 152 kilometers every hour (94.4 miles every hour). His most essential minute apparently came in the opening over of the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup last against Sri Lanka. He rocked the bowling alley with pace and with back to back short conveyances to the competition’s top scorer Tillakaratne Dilshan acquired his wicket on the fifth conveyance and figured out how to end the over with a wicket lady.

2010 ICC World Twenty20

In the starting phases of the 2010 World Cup Amir took three wickets in a five wicket-lady over in a Twenty20 International match against Australia. The other two men were run out in the same over. This set a world record of three wickets for a bowler in Twenty20 and 5 wickets for a group in one over.

Pakistan Cricket Board contract

Amir was disregarded by Pakistan Cricket Board when they recompensed cricket contracts to Abdul Razzaq and Mohammad Yousuf, considerably after his excellent execution in the 2009 ICC World Twenty20. Later on the Pakistan Cricket Board recompensed Amir a “C” classification contract.

One Day International vocation

Amir made his One Day International match debut against Sri Lanka taking 3 wickets at an economy rate of 4.50 furthermore scoring 23 runs. -On 9 November 2009 he scored 73 runs against New Zealand which is a record for a number 10 batsman. With his batting accomplice Saeed Ajmal, Amir added 103 rushes to Pakistan’s pursuit, just to miss the mark by 7 runs.

He awed the Pakistan cricket group, including Wasim Akram, who assumed acknowledgment for finding Amir, despite the fact that Akram later remarked that Amir expected to put on more weight to support his improvement.

Later in 2009, Pakistan visited Sri Lanka and in the first Day International match, he imparted a 62 run organization to quick bowler Umar Gul for the tenth wicket yet Pakistan lost by 36 runs. He likewise played an amusement against New Zealand in 2009–2010. Amid a match in the third One Day International match, when Pakistan were diminished to 8 wickets for 86 runs, he scored 73 runs not out, making the most astounding score by a number 10 batsman in One Day International cricket and putting on a 103 runs, tenth wicket association with Saeed Ajmal. He was not able to get his side to their triumph focus of 212 runs, as Ajmal was announce out in the last over and Pakistan lost by only 7 runs.

Test vocation

After his fruitful 2009 T20 World Cup competition, Amir was chosen in the test squad for Pakistan for the arrangement in Sri Lanka. He was picked close by quick bowler Umar Gul and Abdur Rauf, in front of more remarkable and experienced names, for example, Sohail Tanvir. He began his Test profession well, taking six wickets in the match, which incorporated the wicket of Sri Lankan commander Kumar Sangakkara in both innings, and the Sri Lankan batsman, Mahela Jayawardene’s wicket in the second innings. Notwithstanding he didn’t get any wickets in his next two Test matches. His next test wickets came in New Zealand where he figured out how to take four wickets in the first Test match, amid a losing amusement. He won his first Test match with the Pakistan group amid his fifth Test match, as Pakistan won extensively by 141 runs, he figured out how to take three wickets in the match including the wicket of Ross Taylor, who scored 97 runs in the second innings. He shone splendidly with the bat also and demonstrated a strong procedure for a lower request batsman.

Amid the Test match arrangement against Australia in 2010, at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, he took his initial five wicket pull, taking the wickets of Australian batsmen Ricky Ponting, Michael Hussey and Michael Clarke. On 24 July 2010 he was powerful in helping Pakistan win the second Test match against Australia; the first Test match Pakistan had won against them in 15 years, which likewise drew the arrangement 1–1. Amid this match he a


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