After being terribly out of form for 15 ODI games or so, Pakistan’s competent quick Mohammad Amir has started his ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 journey in some style. Claiming 5 wickets in first 2 games, the 27-year old showed promise for the upcoming games of the 10-team tournament.
Former West Indian cricketer Daren Ganga was also found throwing his weight behind the Gujjar Khan born player. The 40-year old opined that the remaining matches will saw Amir doing even better as he bowled smartly in the England game. Highlighting Amir’s prolific record in ICC ODI tournaments, the cricketer turned analyst also discussed the significance of an inform spearhead of Pakistan’s pace attack.
“Mohammad Amir will get better as the tournament progresses so Pakistan should continue with him. He didn’t swing the ball much against England but bowled on right channels which allowed Pakistan to get an important victory. Amir’s experience is also vital for Pakistan to do well as a bowling unit,” said by Trinidad born while reflecting on Pakistan’s skillful pacer.