- Current Team
- Karachi Kings, Maratha Arabians, Pakistan
“Mohammad Amir”, is a Pakistani international cricketer a left-arm pace bowler, was spotted as a prospect for Pakistan cricket by Wasim Akram in Lahore in May 2007 and he asserts that Amir was a much clever bowler than he was at the age of 18. Mohammad Amir Who usually open the bowling for Pakistan across all format and mostly bowl at 140-145 Kph, He made is the First-class debut in 2007 and international debut in the same year. His first major achievement was during Pakistan’s U-19 tour to England where he picked up eight wickets at an average of 16.37.
Mohammad Amir at his early stages knows as a hottest pace bowling prospect around the world for Pakistan cricket.The major peak in his career came in 2009 when his lethal pace and swing impress everyone, he picked 55 wickets for National Bank in the domestic tournament.
This help to make the place into Pakistan T20 Side and World Cup squad where his aggressive and courageous attitude help to emerge himself as a renowned pace bowler in the world. Mohammad Amir made a solid impact in his ODI career where his aggressive pace bowling will solid technique of batting in the lower order make him as one of the impactful players for Pakistan.
In Abu Dhabi, he showed some glimpses of it against New Zealand where he achieved the landmark of APV highest 10000 wicket partnership.Although in the test he made an unpalatable start where he manages to pick on three wickets in Three Test matches against Srilanka, but eventually, he grooms his self and became the youngest player to get 50 wickets in test match history.
Ever since his return back in the international arena after 5 years he is as lethal as he was in past had to deal with the constant correlation of his younger self and that he has lost out on a lot of the steam that once turned the heat on the batsmen to make them sweat. Although after he returns in 2015 till now he has become one of the most desirable and impactful bowlers for Pakistan in every format in Pakistan bowling circuit.