Full Name: Mohammad Amir Khan
Born: 09 Sep 2001 Swat
Current age: 18 years 122 day(s)
Major teams: Pakistan Under-16s, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-19s,
Peshawar Under-16s, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Under-16s,
PSL Karachi Kings Team.
National side: Pakistan
Batting style: Right-handed
Bowling style: Right Arm Medium Fast
Amir was spotted as a possibility by Akram in 2007 and he commented that Amir was a lot shrewd bowler than he was at 18 years old. His first significant accomplishment was during Pakistan’s U-19 visit to England where he got eight wickets at a normal of 16.37. In the tri-country competition in Sri Lanka highlighting the England U-19 and Sri Lanka U-19, he gobbled up nine wickets at a normal of 11.2 to set up himself as a name to be dealt with. In his first entire year in Pakistan’s local cricket in 2009, he got 55 wickets for National Bank of Pakistan and that earned him a call to the Pakistan group for the 2009 T20 World Cup in England. His pace and exactness were vital to the group’s fortunes as they won the T20 World Cup.
Amir made a decent beginning to his ODI vocation also and had a strong system with the bat let down the request. In the ODI against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi, he made history when he accomplished the then most elevated score for a No.10 batsman in an ODI. His 103 run remain with Saeed Ajmal was just the second event when the last wicket pair had hung an association for the last wicket however it was insufficient as Pakistan missed the mark by seven runs.
He had a dull beginning to his Test profession as he got just six wickets in the three Tests against Sri Lanka. Be that as it may, on the visits to Australia and England, he exceeded expectations. Against Australia at the MCG, he got his initial five-wicket pull while his take of 5/52 against England at the Oval in 2010 gave Pakistan triumph following nine years in England. He carved his name on the Lords Honors Board when he got 6/84 in the fourth Test, however, it was the start of a difficult period in Amir’s life.
In an examination by the News of the World newspaper, it was uncovered that Amir, alongside his partner, Mohammad Asif, intentionally bowled no-balls in the Lords Test as a byproduct of an installment from a wagering syndicate. This brought about Amir being prohibited by the ICC under the arrangements of their Anti-Corruption Code. In February 2011, Amir was given a multi-year boycott and chose to claim the choice at the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) in Switzerland. In November 2011, Amir was sentenced at Southwark Crown Court for a trick to cheat at betting and connivance to acknowledge degenerate installments. Amir was condemned to a half year in a Young Offenders Institution in Feltham, after which he was moved to a Young Offenders Institution in Dorset. He was discharged in mid-2012.
As far back as his arrival to the side, Amir has needed to manage consistent correlations of his more youthful self and that he has missed out on a great deal of the steam that once turned the warmth on the batsmen to make them sweat. Be that as it may, the Indo-Pak Asia cup game in 2016 was a quiet suggestion to his faultfinders and fans the same, he can be as destroying when he is in the zone. The inswinging styler, the inclining ceaselessly swinger, the destructive yorker are a couple of the weapons in his collection that can overwhelm any batting line up. He may never scale the pinnacles that he once achieved however in the event that he does, Pakistan’s flood back to the top in each configuration is only a custom. The great turned-terrible kid in the psyches of the general population can constrain another u-turn if his ball does the talking.
Batting and fielding averages
|Bat & Bowl||Team||Opposition||Ground||Match Date||Scorecard|
|2/24||Tigers||v Warriors||Dhaka||10 Jan 2020||T20|
|2/18||Tigers||v Warriors||Dhaka||8 Jan 2020||T20|
|2/27, 5||Tigers||v Platoon||Sylhet||3 Jan 2020||T20|
|0/17||Tigers||v Thunder||Dhaka||28 Dec 2019||T20|
|1*, 1/15||Tigers||v Rangers||Dhaka||27 Dec 2019||T20|
|3, 0/29||Tigers||v Royals||Chattogram||23 Dec 2019||T20|
|0/45, 4||Tigers||v Thunder||Chattogram||21 Dec 2019||T20|
|2/24||Tigers||v Rangers||Chattogram||20 Dec 2019||T20|
|2/36||Tigers||v Royals||Chattogram||17 Dec 2019||T20|
|0/33||Tigers||v Challengers||Dhaka||12 Dec 2019||T20|