After the conclusion of his suspension period, talented pacer Mohammad Amir hasn’t been the same as he struggles big time to get his swing back. While he produced few iconic performances like Champions Trophy final’s spell but the Karachi Kings bowler largely struggled to test all the batting line-ups.
All this is reflected from his recent stats where Amir is sitting with only 5 scalps in last 14 ODIs. However, former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram was found lending his support to Amir as the 52-year old backed the Gujjar Khan born cricketer to reproduce his magical spells in the upcoming edition of the World Cup.
Bracing Amir to shine for Pakistan, the Lahore born added that the left-arm bowler’s quality cannot be spurned after few bad displays. Moreover, he extended his good wishes to Pakistan for the mega-event to be played in England and Wales.
“I understand that Amir hasn’t been able to deliver in the last few games but he still remains as one of the finest pacers of the modern day cricket. I hope he gets his mojo back since he is good enough to do the job for Pakistan,” said by the hero of the 1992 World Cup final.