Pakistan’s left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir, who recently announced his retirement from Test cricket, on Sunday brilliantly bowled for Essex Cricket against Kent during a Test match at Canterbury that brought huge applause for him.
The cricketer stunned all the fans with his action-packed performance, giving a perfect start to his team Essex as he took three wickets on the day first to restrict the opponents on 118 for six.
Amir’s extra ordinary deliveries not only mesmerized the cricket spectators but his club also as they had shared the video of his brilliant bowling in the final red-ball game of his career.
Earlier, Essex Cricket had confirmed that Amir has extended his contract with the Club.
Announced retirement from Test cricket last month, the pacer had affirmed his commitment to continue playing limited-overs for his country.
In a statement had issued by the Pakistan Cricket Board, Aamir said: “It has been an honor to represent Pakistan in the pinnacle and traditional format of the game. For more latest news Pakistan, visit 9newshd.tv
📝 Essex Cricket can today confirm that @iamamirofficial has extended his contract with the Club.— Essex Cricket (@EssexCricket) August 17, 2019
He has signed up for the remainder of the Vitality Blast group stages as well as the County Championship fixture against Kent, which will be the final red-ball game of his career.