Karachi: Pakistani young fast bowler Mohammad Amir desires to play against England at Lords well known as home of cricket in all worlds because now he got green signal from ICC about playing his professional game.
According to a news report, Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir will able to play international cricket against any country after a long time spent in ban but now, ICC gave permission to fast bowler to play all type of cricket in whole world and he wants to play at Lords cricket ground.
Amir was born on 13 April 1992 in Gujjar Khan, Punjab, Pakistan and starts playing cricket in his childhood as a left arm fast bowler.
He had fantastic skills about his professional game and got the chance of international cricket in early in life, he introduced himself a big player after Wasim Akram and Shoaib Akhtar.
In 2010, Pakistani cricket team was toured to England in which three players named Mohammad Amir, Asif and Captain Salman Butt involved in match fixing during test series, that’s why these all players faced the bad punishment from International cricket council in shape of long suspension from grounds.
Now, after five years Mohammad Amir got the chance of international cricket and joined the green shirts camp for his next tour to New Zealand during this month.
Recently, when he connected with training camp in Lahore in presence of all other team mates then two senior players named Hafeez and ODI captain Azhar Ali were refused to play with criminal recorded fast bowler.
But after that, Chairman of Pakistan cricket board named Shahryar Khan made a meeting along with both players for the purpose of playing cricket with fast bowler Mohammad Amir who took chance after five years.