Mohammad Amir’s World Cup hopes may shatter
Suffering from chickenpox would lead Amir to be ruled out of ICC World Cup 2019. Amir the backbone of Pakistani Pacer is suffering from chickenpox that can cause serious damage to Pakistan Team. The senior and the most dangerous bowler already missed the second ODI against England. And now it seems that it will go to miss the third one too.
The doctors said that the infection is likely to be of chickenpox, a week before he felt ill and now the sad news for Pakistani fans is that the hopes may shatter for the Pakistani Pacer to be a part of Pakistani Squad for ICC World Cup 2019. Right now there are only to ODI lefts to be played. One is on Friday and the other is on Sunday. If in the last ODI the Amir would not be able to play, then it would be quite difficult for him to be a part of World Cup Squad. Amir is still not in the Pakistani ODI squad for World Cup but as there are few changes to be made till 23 May, he could make his way but now if he wouldn’t recover quickly he would be ruled out of the World Cup 2019.
Amir hasn’t served his team in the mega event because of a five-year ban; he already missed the 2011 and 2015 world cup when he got punished for spot-fixing scandal in 2010. In the second ODI, Pakistan really missed Amir’s bowling attack because they conceded 373 runs, now instead of Amir, there are bright chances of Junaid Khan and Mohammad Hasnain to be back in the team for the next ODI matches if he is not recovered properly.