The World Cup campaign of the Pakistan cricket team seems to be in jeopardy as they have lost 3 games out of 5 up till now and it would be quite difficult for them to come back into the tournament after having such a huge points gap with the top sides.
The bowling performances of Mohammad Amir have been the only positive for Pakistan as he seems to have found his rhythm back. The left-armer now has 13 wickets in 4 innings for Pakistan which is the joint highest alongside Australia’s Mitchell Starc.
After taking his first fifer in ODI cricket, Amir bowled splendidly well against India as he took 3 crucial wickets for just 47 runs in a high-scoring game. With those 3 wickets, Amir has now become the highest wicket-taker after 4 innings in a World Cup campaign.
The pacer has surpassed legends like Abdul Qadir, Waqar Younis, and Sarfraz Nawaz who all had taken 9 wickets in as many games while Imran Khan, Shoaib Akhtar, and Sohail Khan hold the 3rd spot on the list 8 wickets in 4 innings.