With his six-fer against Australia in the second innings of the Sydney Test on Friday, Pakistan’s all-rounder Aamer Jamal did a lot of great things. Aamer bowled six for 69 to help Pakistan get a 14-run lead over the home team after tea on the third day of the final Test. He ended Australia’s game.
Aamer Jamal excels in Sydney Test during Pak vs Aus Match
With these six wickets, Aamer has now taken 18 wickets in this series, which is more than any other Pakistani bowler in his debut series. The all-rounder had also made 82 runs in Pakistan’s first innings, which helped them get 313 runs. Aamer Jamal was the first of 25 all-rounders from visiting teams.
He made fifty runs and took five wickets in the same innings of the tests. Seven of them had a fifty-and-six-fer. Aamer is the only player from outside of Australia who has scored in the 80s and taken six wickets in the same Test game. Wasim Akram was the last Pakistani to get a five-fer and score a fifty in a Test in Australia. He scored 52 and 123 and bowled 5/100. Aamer Jamal has taken 18 wickets in this series, which is more than Shabbir Ahmed’s 17 wickets in his first three Tests.
He is also the best Pakistani fast bowler after these three tests. Aamer is five wickets behind Abrar Ahmed, the spin bowler who has taken 23 wickets in his first three Tests, which is the most by any Pakistani player. For the first time in a series against Australia, he scored more than 100 runs and took 18 wickets.