The left arm fast bowler is eyeing at his International cricket return, despite the anti-Amir campaign raised by the several cricketers to keep away Amir from the national side, although, PCB kept their stance quite clear and after the proper rehabilitation inform Amir was called in the national side for the New Zealand tour.
Amid all this, a buzz about Amir not getting a visa from the Kiwis seem to create a hindrance for the 23-year-old left arm fast bowler. But the recent support from NZ skipper and from Chairman Cricket Board New Zealand gestures the green signal for the talented fast bowler, as they both were of the view that Amir should be given a second chance as he has gone through proper rehabilitation as prescribed by ICC.
The Kiwis skipper and flamboyant batsman, who recently announced that he’ll be soon retiring from all formats of the game after Test series with Australia in February, voiced in support of Mohammad Amir, told that: “He (Amir) was a very young man at the time and he’s gone through a sound rehabilitation program,” the NZ legend further elaborated saying “If he gets out on the field against us, then you play the man you’re playing against, not a man who may have made some mistakes as a youngster.”
MohammadAmir who made his return after the ban of several years left all other spellbound with marvelous form. Even after a long hiatus, he was in the similar form as he used to be in 2010 and was highly obliged for his fast swinging bowling.