Coming back paceman Mohammad Amir on Wed said enjoying a BPL league in Bangladesh next 30 days will be the first thing towards re-energizing his international career, who stopped by a spot-fixing ban.
The 23-year-old is shortened to function in the Bangladesh premier League for Chittagong Vikings beginning of Nov 24 in a pre-draft deal completed and finalized a couple weeks ago.
I am really grateful to the team management for selecting me and I will try my best to provide them my 100 % efficiency and enthrall the Bangladeshi lovers,” Amir informed this hot news on wed. His growing skills, described as the “hottest” in worldwide cricket by famous Pakistan Allrounder Imran Khan, was stopped by a five-year spot-fixing ban in 2011.
In Jan this year the ICC permitted Amir to function in domestic matches after a change to its anti-corruption rule which allows all prohibited players to continue cricket at a reduced level a few months before the end of their prohibits.
Amir has been in great form in the determining units of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, getting 34 wickets in just four matches to help SNGPL be eligible for a the main competition. Amir, who is targeting the World Twenty20 in India as his next Goal for his international come back, said he was satisfied with his form.
He will function in his first first-class game for five years from Oct 26 against Lahore, where he may experience some of his former teammates.