Constant struggles of Pakistani paceman Mohammad Amir has given Pakistani management a major headache as the misfiring spearhead is threatening his chances to feature in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 event. With 5 wickets in last 14 ODI games, Amir needs to do something special in England series to book a ticket for the mega-event.
Ahead of the all-important event, former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif came forward to guide the senior cricketer of Pakistan. While the 27-year old is keeping things tight but his inability to pick wickets dents Pakistan.
The Karachi born believes that Amir is bowling on a good length which makes it difficult for the batters to go after him. Bu doing so, he lessens his chances of getting a wicket.
Therefore, the 50-year old has urged the Karachi Kings bowler to adopt a fuller line and come out of a defensive mindset. Moreover, Rashid highlighted the significance of picking early wickets against top sides of the cricketing world.