Pakistan’s young left arm fast bowler Muhammad Amir marks comeback in the domestic match with wicket on the first legal ball of his over. Muhammad Amir with a promising start, returned to domestic match after he was found guilty in spot fixing case and was banned for five years by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
He was allowed to participate in domestic cricket under the ICC’s revised laws.
Amir is representing Rawalpindi Rams in the domestic T20 tournament, in which top eight teams of Pakistan are taking part.
Earlier, Amir participated in the non-first class Patrons Trophy Grade 2 competition and presented Omar Associates for the Tournament. His vital 22 wickets in the tournament, marked Omar Associates in final but in the final match he suffered a hamstring injury which results as the defeat of the team. As in January this year, ICC permits Amir to play domestic cricket.
Amir bowling against Abbotabad Falcons, started with a wide, next one was one of the promising delivery he is fame for, an in-swinging delivery. Batsman wasn’t able to read the delivery right and was bowled.