LONDON: English County cricket club Gloucestershire reported on Friday they had marked former Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir on a three-match bargain.
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The 30-year-old, who played 36 Tests, 61 one-day internationals, and 50 Twenty20s. Hence will be accessible for Gloucestershire’s County Championship division one game against Surrey, Hampshire, and Somerset.
Amir will give cover to individual Pakistani bowler Naseem Shah. Who has been controlled down and out for the following month with a shoulder injury.
Mohammad Amir, who got a five-year restriction from cricket as far as concerns him in a 2010 spot-fixing scandal, said: “The County Championship is an astonishing contest and I can hardly stand by to kick off Gloucestershire.
“I love playing in English circumstances and I’m feeling better. So I want to believe that I can perform well for the group.”
Gloucestershire’s exhibition chief Steve Snell said: “We are more than happy to have marked a bowler of Amir’s type.
“We will tragically be without Naseem for half a month because of injury and keeping in mind that we assist him with returning to full wellness. Amir will furnish us with quality and global involvement in seam attack for what is a solid first division contest.”
This is positive news for Pakistan Cricket he might return back play International matches for the country.