Essex Cricket Impressed with Mohammad Amir bowling against kent
Pakistan’s left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir recently announced his retirement from test cricket. Mohammad Amir played heavily on Sunday against Essex Cricket against Kent during a test match in Canterbury that brought him a big round of applause.
The young cricketer, Mohammad Amir surprised all the fans with his action-packed performance, giving his Essex team a perfect start as he took three wickets the first day to restrict opponents in 118-6.
Mohammad Amir’s extra-ordinary deliveries captivated not only cricketers but also his club as they had shared the video of his brilliant bowling at the last red-ball game of his career.
Previously, Essex Cricket had confirmed that Amir had extended his contract with the Club.
Announced his retirement from the Cricket Test last month, the player had affirmed his commitment to continue playing limited for his country.
In a statement issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, Mohammad Amir said:
It’s been an honor to represent Pakistan at the peak and traditional format of the cricket game.
Essex Cricket Tweet on Amir’s bowling performance:
Essex Cricket can confirm today that @iamamirofficial extended its contract with the Club. He has signed up for the rest of the Stages of the Vitality Blast group, as well as for the County Championship match against Kent, which will be the last red-ball game of his career.