Pakistan’s all-rounder Aamer Yamin is one of the curios cases of the cricketing world. Despite performing strongly in the domestic circuit, he continues to find himself out of the national team’s reckoning. However, Aamer has no plans to give up as he recently reminded selectors about his prowess with a spectacular batting performance.
In his side Southern Punjab’s clash against Sindh in the ongoing season of the prestigious Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the skillful cricketer continued his good run with bat. This time, Aamer went a step ahead to score his 4th century of the first-class cricket. Encompassing a lot of aggression and method, the 29-year old denied Sindh a chance of sneaking back into the game as he amassed 142 runs using just 189 balls which allowed his team to end the day on a high note.
Aamer couldn’t have picked a better time to record an elite batting performance which consisted of 15 fours and 6 sixes as his competition Faheem Ashraf is going through a rough patch. Moreover, the Multan born is hungry to continue his good performance and get back to donning the national colors.