Mohammad Amir suffered a hamstring injury in 2nd T20
Pakistan left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir suffered a hamstring injury while bowling in the 2nd T20 match against England. That’s why the left-arm pacer is uncertain in the final match at Old Trafford on Tuesday (September 1).
He suffered a hamstring injury while bowling the fourth ball of the sixth over of the second match of the series against England. When he fell after bowling four balls, the physio came and gave him some treatment immediately. Amir got up and ran to bowl the fifth ball of the over. He finished any over. After the over, he was forced to leave the field due to increasing pain.
The pacer is uncertain in the last match, that is, in the unannounced final match. In the second match, however, Aamir could not bowl a very good ball. He bowled 25 runs in two overs and was wicketless. After the first match of the series was washed away due to rain, Pakistan lost by 5 wickets in the second match. The last match turned into an unannounced final.
Will Aamir qualify for the series final at Old Trafford? A spokesman for the party told AFP: “He is in pain in his right hamstring, he has been given ice. They (Pakistani medical staff) will see him on Monday.
The third and final match of the series will be played on Tuesday (September 1) at Old Trafford in Manchester. Hosts England will be looking to win the series as they are leading the series 1-0. And Pakistan will want to save the series by winning the last match.