Muhammad Aamir Biography and Life Review
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Early life of Muhammad Amir
Muhammad Amir is the Pakistan most famous and well known fast bowler in the cricket history of Pakistan. Muhammad Amir was born in Gujjar Khan Punjab Pakistan. He was born on 13 April 1992.he was the second elder boy in his family.
Joining the cricket
Muhammad Amir joined the cricket game when he was just at the age of 15, he appointed by the Bajwa club in the Rawalpindi city and started his domestic career. Later on, he moved to Lahore with family. International Career Muhammad Amir played his first international game for Pakistan under-19 cricket team, and he played his first international under19 game against England in the London. He was the successful bowler, as he took eight wickets with sm average of 16. He was appointed by Wasim Akram bowling training camp in 2007.
Mohammad Amir plays the domestic cricket from the region of Rawalpindi, named as Rawalpindi Rams, and gave the best performance in home and he continues his road to the international cricket.
After the incredible performance in the domestic season, Muhammad Amir joined the international cricket in 2008. He made his Test debut against Sri-Lanka and got the fresh start to an international career. Muhammad Amir is the left arm pacer and left-handed batsman his highest score is against New Zealand at UAE when he scored massive 76 runs and gave his team support to win the game. He played the ICC cricket world cup 2009, 2010 in England and West Indies, where his performance was incredible. He was the member of Pakistan world cup winning cricket team, and he can bowl at the rate of 90 miles per hour, and he got three wickets in an over.
Muhammad Aamir spot-fixing scandal
The Pakistani pacer Muhammad Amir named in the spot-fixing scandals with two other Pakistani cricketers the former Test Captain Salman Butt and the pacer Muhammad Asif in the series against England at London in 2010. ICC took charge against him and banned him for five years when he bowled blunder no balls. During these five years, he got married in England.
Returning to International Cricket
Muhammad Amir returned to cricket grounds on 5th September 2015. He permitted by the ICC anti-corruption unit to play any format of the cricket. He started his grade two cricket and took three wickets in his re-opening career match, after this performance he played the national games from SSGPL and his performance in the Quid-e-Azam trophy was incredible.
He played the 3rd edition of Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). He represented Chittagong Vikings and took four wickets in the opening match of the (BPL) third edition including the wicket of Pakistan Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq. He is also in the Pakistan first league Pakistan Superleague (PSL), and also representing the big franchise of Pakistan’s Superleague Karachi kings.
Tour to New-Zealand
Muhammad Aamir is also in the 16 man squad for the one day and t-twenty international against the New Zealand. He is ready and determines to give his best, and he is looking forward to his upcoming international career.