Mohammad Amir ‘granted visa’, before Pakistan-Ireland T20I series

Sources told that left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir will go for Dublin after receiving a visa ahead of the three-match T20I series between Pakistan and Ireland starting on May 10. Mohammad Amir ‘granted visa’, before Pakistan-Ireland T20I series.

Mohammad Amir ‘granted visa’, before Pakistan-Ireland T20I series

After his visa was delayed, Amir couldn’t leave for Ireland with the Pakistan team on Tuesday. Sources said PCB Chairman Mohsin Naqvi immediately cleared Amir to travel to Ireland.

The PCB contacted Cricket Ireland about Amir’s visa. All players, including Amir, had their visa applications approved shortly following the Kakul camp, but the PCB headquarters was anxious after Amir didn’t obtain his. Amir, Mohammad Asif, and Salman Butt were banned from international cricket for five years by the ICC in 2010 for spot-fixing.

Feltham and Dorset young offenders institutes housed Amir for half of a six-month sentence. After returning in 2016, the 31-year-old helped Pakistan win the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy by 180 runs over archrivals India.

In the final, Amir stunned India’s top order by dismissing Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, and Virat Kohli. In December 2020, the left-arm bowler retired from international cricket at 28 after declaring he could no longer play under management and was “tortured mentally”.

Before the latest New Zealand series, Amir retired and rejoined the national team. Pakistan will play three T20Is in Ireland and four in England. Pakistan will play in the T20 World Cup in the US after the England series.

Gulfishaa Avaan
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