January 19, 2022

CricActivity

Enjoy cricket with CricActivity !

Pakistan’s pacer Mohammad Amir might get a chance in IPL 2021

Advertisements

Mohammad Amir, former Pakistan fast bowler reveals his plans to play in Indian premier league, IPL. Mohammad Amir retired from all form of crickets. Mohammad Amir applied for British citizenship.

Read more : Team India’s squad and schedule of England tour

Mohammad Amir is brilliant pacer aged just of 29. Due to some errors in management of Pakistan cricket board. He will be a brilliant addition for each IPL team. The demand of pacers have increased in Indian premier league. In last auction, bowlers and all-rounders were in demand. BBL stars Jhye Richardson and Riley Meredith earned big money in this auction. While Chris Morris named as highest ever buy of Indian Premier League history.

IPL management and BCCI not allows Pakistan player to play IPL from season two.Sohail Tanvir alongwith many other Pakistan players were the part of first IPL editon. Mohammad Amir applied for British citizenship, if he gets then he can applied for IPL auction. Next year, IPL will hold mega auction and it will be an brilliant opportunity for this fast bowler.

CricActivity Ltd

Mohammad Amir’s reaction after his application for British citizenship

“At the moment I have been granted indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom. I am enjoying my cricket these days and plan to play for another 6 or 7 years so let’s see how things go. My children will grow up in England and receive their education there so no doubt I will be spending a fair amount of time there” Mohammad Amir added

“Retiring from playing for your beloved country is not an easy step. I thought a lot about this decision, I spoke to those close to me and only then did I reach this decision. If I go into all of the details and re-open all those chapters then it will get very ugly. I hope that our players, especially the youngsters in future do not have to face what I had to face as I don’t want our younger players to get disheartened and have to sacrifice their careers like I did ” Mohammad Amir told in same interview

Read more : probable XI, squad and expected debutant of India in Srilanka tour

At the moment, I have not really thought about the other possibilities and opportunities available and how things will turn out when I receive British citizenship in the future.” He spoke on his plans.