Convict of spot fixing in 2010, Mohammad Amir has come back in cricket with excellent performance, and played an important role in the winning of his team, Rawalpindi by getting three wickets in the first match.
Fast bowler, Mohammad Amir was convicted of spot fixing in Lords test against England in 2010, while he along with captain Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif were banned by International Cricket Council (ICC) for 5 years after they were proved of being involved in the case, whereas, the imposed ban was ended on September 1.
Whereas, Asif and Salman have to do restoration program from Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) uptil now, meanwhile, Mohammad Amir is taking part in national T-20 tournaments after completion of all formal proceedings.
However, left arm fast bowler played his first domestic match against Bahawalpur from host team, Rawalpindi after 5 years.However, Mohammad Amir took three wickets by giving 30 runs in 4 overs, this was how he had excellent come back in domestic cricket.
Mohammad Amir said that he was satisfied with his performance and have concentrated for his next match, he was trying that to show his vital role in the winning of Rawalpindi.