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World Cup, a dream come true for Mohammad Amir

Deccan Chronicle – Amir said Pakistan had positive memories of playing in England, which they hoped to take into the World Cup.

Summary

  • Amir said Pakistan had positive memories of playing in England, which they hoped to take into the World Cup.
  • Nottingham: Pakistan spearhead Mohammad Amir says playing in the World Cup will be a dream come true after he missed the previous two tournaments following a ban for spot-fixing.
  • The 27-year-old nearly missed out this time as he was left out of the preliminary World Cup squad, having taken just five wickets in the 14 matches before the recent one-day international series against England.
  • “My target is to take wickets and be a third-time lucky in England after winning the World Twenty20 and Champions Trophy,” said the paceman, recalling Pakistan’s triumphs in England in 2009 and 2017.
  • Amir said Pakistan had positive memories of playing in England, which they hoped to take into the World Cup.


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